Some light North East Flow developed early this morning bringing some light smoke from the Spring Fire into Mammoth. That pattern is not likely to occur Wednesday with an increase of westerly flow. Thunderstorm action should it occur, would be in the late morning for Mammoth, (Just a slight chance) as westerly afternoon winds push storms off to the east of highway 395.   By Wednesday night, a weak Trof of low pressure pushes through to the north of us and flushes moisture out to the east. This will insure sunny, smoke free skies!

Expect a stronger Zephyr Thursday afternoon….

High temps will pull back to the upper 70s which is still above normal for this time of the year.  The extended outlook keeps above normal temperatures in our forecast for the next 6 to 10 days.  It appears that we will get more of the summer heat that was so late to start this year for the next few weeks….

Normal highs in Mammoth this time of the year are in the low 70s with lows in the 40s.   High temperatures have been running in the upper 70s to mid 80s the past 5 days.  Tuesday the 27th, the high temperature was 83 degrees with a low of 53.  On Monday the high was the warmest of the year at 84 degrees. Pretty much what you would expect in mid July.


According to climo….There is likely to he a cool trof around the 3rd week of September, but at the moment, enjoy all the warmth and sunshine!!


Happy Labor Day weekend!


Dr Howard and the Dweebs…………………….:-)