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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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Sierra SnowBlog: Wet and Wild Weekend With More Coming (?) in February Update 1

Update- 1   FEB 14 9:40a PST Back Peddling on Storm: usual High Pressure Ridge-Sheckter NOAA Shows Weakening Storm For Next Week Same for Unisys Model-Blocking High Intellicast 10 Day shows ppt diminishing ————– Pineapple Express Dumps on California Sierra skiing has been bailed out for February and with a little more help  from Hawaii […]

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Sierra SnowBlog-Grim Precip Outlook for West Coast Update 1/24/14 PDO

Update 12 N 1/23/14 Accuweather is sticking their umbrellas out calling for rain in San Francisco on Feb 4-but today downgraded that forecast. Unisys gives us nothing for six days.Same for NOAA9mh.gif 720×729 pixels Sheckter offers Hope for early Feb as well: Mammoth Lakes Weather brought to you by Howard Sheckter Montana stormy period ahead. Bridger […]

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Sierra Snow Blog -Powder All Week

http://mammothweather.com/2013/03/05/winds-on-the-the-increase-today-with-snowfall-developing-later-tonight-snowfall-on-and-off-through-friday-followed-by-slow-improving-weekend-weather-then-very-nice-wx-early-next-week/

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Sierra SnowBlog: No Big Storms on Horizon for February Update 2/25

Feb. 25 Update No Snow for 8-10 Days Drought article: Thin Snowpack Signals Summer of Fire and Drought – NYTimes.com Snow on the Way -Maybe 12-18 in (Only 8 in.) Storm track variable with ppt levels down a tad. Tuesday still looks good in the Sierras then storm moves South and East with blizzard conditions in […]

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