Archive for year 2017

Winter to go out like a Lamb while Spring Roars in Like a Lion!….Three Important Storms on the way into Week 2…

After a two-week break from the record snowfalls of January and February and early March, folks in Southern California and Mammoth I hear, are ready for more snowfall. We are still several inches of water EQ,  from the April 1st Mammoth Pass record…..

There is new snow storage now, as the few weeks of fair weather has melted quite a bit of snow in town.

Apparently, Mother Nature will make a run at the 1969 Mammoth Pass record,  with several storm systems next week into the end of March. The timing will be Tuesday/Wednesday, Friday/Saturday and again the early part of that following week. The storms now appear to be more consolidated…and so will be splitting less. They will have a Subtropical fetch…….That is the broad brush of it. All the details will be put together this evening for my Monday Morning weather letter release.


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Dr Howard and the Dweebs………………………….:-)

One more spring like day today then variable cloudiness with cooler temps on the way….Transition to an active pattern late in the weekend, with active pattern the following week….

All the details will be in my weather letter Thursday morning….However, get ready for more snowfall next week as the East Asian jet extends into California, making a winter encore, just in time for spring!!

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 Fabulous Weekend Coming Up! Storms in our future…..

Mammoth Weather has turned quite mild over the past few days and is likely to remain that way into the foreseeable future. Skiing, boarding and X-Country skiing is fabulous.  Weather pattern are always changing.  I will have all the weather details including when the next series of storms may arrive, in my weather letter, released as late as Monday morning or sooner if need be.

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