Storm system over night has brought about 4 to 7 inches in town with 6 to 14 inches on the mountain.  Snowfall rates will taper off this afternoon with mainly light amounts. Next storm is the biggie with some 5 to 6 feet possible over the crest by Wednesday AM.  Up to 2.5 to 3 feet is expected in town. The snow level will rise to 8000 by late Monday afternoon and so it looks to be all snow or a period of very wet snow for the Town of Mammoth during the warmest part of the event.

The outlook shows a more moderate storm after the Monday AR-Tuesday storm Friday night into Sunday, followed by another stronger system with multiple feet possible with a moderate AR, late Sunday through Tuesday.  A break is possible the 18th Wednesday with a weak short wave ridge. Then a more significant change in the pattern is touted by this mornings Deterministic 12Z GFS with significant ridging developing at 140 to 145 west turning the pattern into more of a NW  slider pattern. This usually brings lighter snow fall amounts and colder weather for the 18th and 19th then a longer break possible. There after, more of a drier pattern with NW sliders beyond….


This is an outlook subject to change…………………


Detailed update later today from the Dweebs!