Sunday 1`:30PM…..Its later than you think!! 😉

No changes of the snowfall estimates for tonight and Monday as stated below. Winter Weather advisories were hoisted by the NWS beginning late tonight into Monday Evening.

The mid-week period still looks dry, however, as also stated below, the next storm for the next weekend looks much warmer and wetter with the possibility of a weak AR as ITV and IWV are indicting. Considering the slow movement of the storm, amounts may end up in the two foot+ range by week’s end.

More later on that storm…


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


Light beautiful upslope snowfall continued Friday, as the storm system exits Southern CA today into the Desert SW.  Saturday looks blue bird with ridge top winds diminishing during the mid to late afternoon. Highs in Mammoth will climb into the 40s after being in the mid to upper 20s for several days.

With the wintertime Hudson Bay Low absent now and its upstream blocking absent, the progression of short waves have resumed into California. The next upstream system will have a small moisture tap enough for the possibility of an additional 7 to 10 inches of fresh on Mammoth Mt by Monday into Monday evening.  The Town may get 4 to 6 inches.  In the Dweebs extended outlook (subject to change) The following Tuesday through Friday looks dry at the moment, with the next system looking both warmer and wetter, beginning the following Sunday. There may be a weak AR with that storm….  The second half of next week looks milder temperature wise…..


Dr. Howard and the Dweebs…………………:-)