Blizzard Warning Remains in Effect Until 4am Friday, January 29, 2021

Mammoth Mountain Ski Resort (photo by Dakota Snider)

[TOML press release]: The NWS is forecasting periods of heavy snow through Thursday morning for Mono County. A Blizzard Warning remains in effect until 4:00am Friday, January 29. Total snowfall expected is 3 to 7 feet above 8,000 feet. Strong winds mainly today. Eastern Sierra from Tahoe-Mammoth and points immediately east are right in the core track of highest snowfall rates with a stalling “cold atmospheric river” – impressive rates into Thursday.

Impacts
Blizzard conditions over passes with thundersnow. Prolonged disruptive travel impacts expected region-wide. Hold off on travel until daytime Friday. Major delays and cancellations for air travel, roads. Increased avalanche danger and issues with snow loads on vulnerable structures. Power outages possible with strong winds.

Current Road Restrictions (subject to change) 

395

  • R2 Chain controls from 4 miles north of Bishop to Jct. SR203
  • CLOSED from Jct. SR203 to the Nevada State Line

Town/203

  • R2 Chain controls from Jct. HWY 395 to the Mammoth Mountain Inn
  • R2 Chain controls in Town of Mammoth Lakes

Town/County Offices

  • CLOSED (Wed-Thurs)

Eastern Sierra Transit Authority

ESTA will not be running the following service Wednesday, January 27, 2021

  • 395 Route to Lancaster
  • 395 Route to Reno
  • Lone Pine Express except for the 1:15 run
  • Mammoth Express Routes
  • Walker Dial-A-Ride

Town Services Operating:

  • RED (BLUE) – Village-Canyon-Town, PURPLE and GREEN

Stay safe, stay home and be Snow Smart this winter!

 

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