As we approach the Summer solstice over the next 3 weeks the upper jet will continue to weaken and spend a great deal of time to the north of us. This weekend will be highlighted by high temperatures some 10 degrees above normal with mid to upper 70s expected by Sunday. This upper ridge will give way to lower heights later next week for some cooling. However, temperatures are expected to remain in the low to mid 70s through mid-week.  There will be more Zephyr wind next week as the west to east gradient’s increase. Further out, high pressure builds over Texas and this pattern generally gives Mammoth more south-west flow. This should continue the dry pattern of late.


Longer range does show climatically favored upper Trof, bringing wind, cooling with possible showers toward Fathers Day, (sometime during 3rd week of June). Whether this actually plays out, only time will tell.  In the meantime, “Script from George Harrison”; Little darling, it been a long-long cold winter, “Here comes the Sun”…….:-)


High temperature’s in Mammoth today Saturday and tomorrow Sunday will be mostly in the mid 70s. Lows will rise into the 40s from the 30s. Light Zephyr breezes are expected Sunday with stronger Zephyr wind next week. Highs will cool more toward the low 70s by mid-week.

The following weekend looks dry and breezy with highs in the low 70s


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