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Sierra SnowBlog Dec.10: Big Storm Is Coming Update-1, Winter Climate Update

12/15 Update from Mammothsnowman.com Snow expected today and tomorrow. Mammoth Mountain Snow Report & Weather – Photos and Video Storm Update 12/12 …Wetter in the West Major climate change this winter: wetter Southern and Western tier States, drier Northern tier 814prcp.new.gif 719×759 pixels Storm hits California hard, will continue through weekend in Sierras 92f.gif 1,024×768 […]

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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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Sierra SnowBlog Oct. 2014: White Is the New Orange

Update 11/5/14 No storms on the horizon for next week in the West, but check out this model for a “polar express” in the East and Midwest also creating a “blocking pattern” for the West: http://wxbrad.com/massive-storm-in-the-pacific-drives-arctic-outbreak-into-the-u-s-next-week/ Massive Storm in the Pacific drives Arctic Outbreak into the U.S Next Week. http://wp.me/p1srzO-1RZ Massive Storm in the Pacific […]

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Sierra SnowBlog.. St. Paddys Day Forecast..Storm by Month End

It has been a warm and dry snow season in the Sierras but the Mammoth season was saved  by two decent storms in February with 68.5 inches bringing the season total to 158 in of snow.Last year another dry season dropped 308 in with a big December.The next mark is 2011-12 with only 263 in and […]

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Sierra SnowBlog: Good Storm Potential Next Week 2/26

Major Change in Weather Coming To West Coast By End of February Unisys Model Shows Breakdown of High Pressure Ridge by 2/27. Howard Sheckter sees MJO shift next weekend.A very technical discussion that means PPT! NOAA Shows an impressive low pressure front emerging next  week, with east Coast “polar express” moving out.Climate models from NOAA […]

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