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SierraSnow Blog 2/27-3/3/15…. More Snowpack

More snow coming this weekend: Jet Stream  in Place earth :: an animated map of global wind, weather, and ocean conditions National Maps – NOAA’s National Weather Service 814prcp.new.gif 719×759 pixels Colder wetter bringing 12 in.+ Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter  

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SierraSnowBlog: Tiny Bit of Relief Coming Up…Update 2/23 Powder Day

2/23/15 I was at Mammoth Mountain today with light winds, partly sunny, temp in 20s. There was 8-12 in of light powder with great runs off Chairs 1, 2, 3 and 12 in early am. Stay tuned for March forecast. Colder With Some New Cover Even NOAA confirms precipitation and colder weather ahead beginning Sunday. […]

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SierraSnowBlog: “Box of Chocolates Storm” This Weekend 2/8/15

Update-1.. 2/6 Big rain is hitting NorCal. NB many are calling this storm a “Pineapple Express ” but if you click on “AR event” below you will see that it is more based on West to East orographic lifting not necessarily an event out of Hawaii. A technical nuance. Models now showing 6-7 in ppt […]

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Sierra SnowBlog Dec.10: Big Storm Is Coming Update-2, Winter Climate Update

12/23 Dry Period Ahead for the West After Little “Slider” Storm This Week 96f.gif 1,024×768 pixels Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter We may need to wait for an El Nino to kick in because we have a dry period ahead. Luckily we got some PPT last week. Climate Prediction Center – […]

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Sierra SnowBlog: Nov. 26, 2014 Significant Storm on the Way…Update-1

Update 12/3 Much Needed Heavy Rain Comes To  SoCal but Mammoth Gets Only~20 in Wet Snow Warm Weather Storm Hits The Coast The Mammoth snowman posted at 8 am and says the really big part of the storm headed North.A wet storm should help get us a good base. http://mammothsnowman.com/ Sheckter optimistic on more snow […]

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