Latest Guidance this morning continues the trend of drying and warming through Friday. Highs will move well into the 60s over the next two days, with little change in temperatures expected over the weekend. The exception is that Sunday maybe a little cooler. There is a passing short wave to our north on Sunday. The new 5/3/18 12Z GFS shows a bit stronger jet this morning for that time frame. No Doubt that there will be plenty of high cloudiness Saturday into Sunday. The upper Jet late Sunday morning was recently revised upward to 85 knots at 250MB. The Front Rt exit region favors Mammoth. This will definitely kick up some wind on Sunday.  So the emphases is on stronger breezes for late Sunday morning and especially the afternoon into the early evening based upon this mornings guidance. Like last Saturday, if your planning on Fishing the Lake Sunday, get an early start as winds should be very light at daybreak then coming up later in the morning. The strongest winds are expected out of the west, and are likely to become 15 to 30 MPH,  during the afternoon and into the early evening hours..   Mondays breezes will be light again.  Another warm up is expected Monday into Wednesday with low 70s expected at resort levels Tuesday and Wednesday.

Longer Range: (Updated 5/4/18)

Another wave of low pressure will move across to the north of us Wednesday afternoon, with more breeze expected then.  Forecast Models have backed off on the Mothers Day weather system as of this time.  In that this is a very fickle time of the year with forecast models, anything is possible.

For the time being it now looks fair and warm…

Next update, the 14th of May…..


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………:-)