clear day sunny weather

Owens Valley / Mammoth Lakes
Dennis Mattinson / Eastern Sierra Weather Forecaster
Sierra Wave Media / Radio 92.5 FM 
WED MAR 08 2023
The AR storm door blows wide open in CA Thursday. As the N. Pacific ridge breaks down, it allows a strong upper jet to transport copious sub tropical moisture into our region. That moisture will penetrate inland Thursday and bring with it, wind, rain and snow into the upcoming weekend. So we go from a cold storm pattern to a warm storm pattern. Generally snow levels will trend higher, starting at about 6k feet and working their way up to 8k or 8.5K feet. That means that the heaviest snow will be confined to the Sierra. Continuing those updates on Thursday…DMATT
Bishop / Owens Valley (KBIH elev. 4121 ft. / 1246 m)
Today: Sunny —> partly cloudy. 48 / 22
Thursday: 30% rain —> 60%. 52 / 35
Town of Mammoth Lakes (MMH elev. 7129 ft. / 2172 m)
Today: 50% scattered showers. 25 / 13
Thursday: 40% snow —> 90% snow heavy at times. 36 / 32

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