All the Models Looking Better for PPT
We should see a change by next weekend for one of the worst Sierra seasons in recent times. Mammoth has a good base due to excellent man made snow, but has received only 157 in. of snow season TD compared to an average of 342 in., and the following snowfall amounts in the past 3 seasons: 668, 558 and 470. But 2006-07 was another dry year with only 222 in of snow. But Utah and Jackson Hole have had a better season.
One of the forecasters have called the change and Unisys shows high pressure breaking down next week with big changes by St. Paddy’s day March 17.
Even NOAA offers hope with a major front approaching on March 15 and a wetter 8-14 outlook for Central CA.
We await more detailed forecasts from one of the experts, Howard Sheckter who has already called for more snow ahead.