Mammoth Mt may pick up close to a foot of snow this weekend…Although not what we hoped for, still a decient amount to freshen up the base.   There are two systems…One that is taking a track a bit more to our south tonight as compared to what it looked like earlier this week. The track of the Upper low passes east near Santa Barbara, into Southern CA. That system will help to moisten things up for the colder more dynamic system headed in Friday night into Saturnday. All total, about in inch of water EQ is possible over the crest.  Snowfall amounts of some 4 to 8 inches is expected at 8000 feet and 8 to possibly as high as 10 inches over the crest.   Snowshowers may linger into Saturday evening.

The storm kicks out Sunday with slowly moderating temps early next week. The West Coast ridge nudges closer to the west coast Tuesday with the next upstream system diving south into the Rockies Wednesday.  That will keep our weather dry cool and a bit breezy Wednesday. Milder temps are expected Thursday into the following Saturday. The upper flow becomes west/south westerly by weeks end with a moist upper flow approaching the west coast.  Well see how it all develops.  In the meantime, enjoy the freshies this weekend!


Dr Howard and the Dweebs………………..:-)