Can El Nino Finally Save the West Coast Winter? Yes!

Update-1… 3/4/16

20-40 inches this weekend:

Mammoth Mountain Snowman Report

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Breakdown of High Pressure Ridge Will Bring Storms Next Week

Over the past two weeks El Nino has gotten no respect despite assurances from  NOAA forecasters that El Nino is still in effect and predicted through much of 2016; but a transition to ENSO neutral is likely by the summer of 2016.

During the next 6-10 days precip is expected above normal for the West Coast.

This wet pattern should continue for two weeks and all of March and for the Southwest U.S.
Intellicast confirms a wetter pattern for the next 10 days as does Accuweather.

Howard Sheckter of Mammoth Weather is going all out with a prediction of over 100 inches for March!

The Sierra snowpack is now 83% of normal YTD and SoCal  precip is lower than 2015 a very dry year. Mammoth has received 257 inches YTD.

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Update on Rayno Biopharmaceuticals Tomorrow

 

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