The Latest Update on Snow in Mammoth Lakes

Dec 02, 2022


Updated on December 2 at 9am

Get the full details on upcoming storms and snowfall totals for Mammoth Lakes below.

Snow Forecast for Mammoth Lakes

We received snow all night with much more to come! This storm dropped multiple feet overnight, before leaving the region this morning. Another large storm is expected to come into Mammoth Lakes Saturday (12/3) – Sunday (12/4) of this week.

Mammoth Mountain is currently reporting 23 – 30 inches of fresh snow today.

Because Mother Nature blessed us, Mammoth Mountain has the most open terrain in the US. Currently, 19 lifts are running and 128 trails are open. For current operations, check the Mammoth Mountain app or website.

As always, keep an eye on reports about road conditions and closures and plan your travel during times when the roads are safest.

For the full details on weather in Mammoth Lakes, check out NOAA’s extended forecast.

Some storm photos from the last 24 hours are below:

Samantha Lindberg
Mitchell Quiring

Snow Totals in Mammoth Lakes

So far this season, Mammoth Mountain has a snow total of 84-118 inches. Keep an eye on Mammoth Mountain’s social media to see what lifts and trails are open each day.

Mitchell Quiring

Head to the Mammoth Lakes Instagram and Facebook pages for snow pictures of the fresh snow. And don’t forget to tag Visit Mammoth when you post your own snow photos throughout the season for a chance to be featured.

Mammoth Lakes Activity & Road Updates

The following roads are closed for the season:

  • All Mammoth Lakes Basin roads
  • All Reds Meadow roads
  • Hwy. 203 to Minaret Vista
  • Hwy. 120 into Yosemite

Dakota Snider

A professional photographer for 10+ years, including four years shooting in Yosemite National Park, Dakota now works as the Sr. Manager of Marketing & Events for Visit Mammoth. When he's not adventuring with a camera in hand, which is rare, Dakota enjoys time spent with friends exploring the Sierra on foot or skis.

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