Mammoth expecting some 3 to 5 inches in town and 7 to 10 inches up on Mammoth Mountain Sunday night through Tuesday Morning.


It will be a breezy day today with winds 25 to 30 MPH out of the WSW. Sky conditions parlty then mostly cloudy later today.


Highs in the Town near 60 today and 50s Sunday. Lows in the 30s.   Snowfall to begin above 8000 feet Sunday night then lower Monday into Tuesday. (IOP; Monday night into Tuesday AM)


The Dweeber….



A warm upper ridge building into the west coast is bringing record warmth for this time of the year. Mid 60s in Mammoth and mid 80s in Bishop is expected the next few days.  Lows at night will be milder then normal, in the mid 30s.   The weekend outlook looks mild with an increase of high clouds for our area. We can expect breezy weather to develop Sunday with the chance of showers developing during the afternoon.   Snowfall  will be likley Sunday night into Monday. The California Rivers Forecast center is showing up to an inch of QPF for our Sierra Crest. Thus some 7 to 10 inches is possible over the upper elevations of the sierra,, between Sunday and Tuesday. AM.    Expect a warm up the middle of next week.

For the extended outlook, the Euro 500 Ext means is showing another Great Basin trough developing for the end of the month, so our warm up will be short lived, the middle of next week.  It appears that there will be a series of weak type storms affecting California in early April with normal temperatures.


Dr Howard and the Dweebs………………..:-)