Mammoth Mountain, CA, Receives Three Feet Of Snow In Three Days

Spring, who?

Yesterday, Mammoth Mountain, California, announced it had received three feet of snow in three days.

Another three to four inches of snow have fallen at Mammoth in the past 24 hours.

Today's weather is mixed, with warmer temperatures, blue skies, and winds that could impact upper mountain lift operations.

"Watch for real-time operational updates on our Instagram stories or the Mammoth App," the resort's daily snow report reads. "Conditions have been so incredibly fun, with a ton of fresh pow stashes still left throughout the ski area for you to enjoy."

The breezy and clear conditions are expected to continue through Wednesday.

Mammoth has now received 329 inches of snowfall—the resort averages 400 inches on a seasonal basis.

Last week, the resort extended the operating dates of the Canyon and Eagle Lodges thanks to all the new snow, with both lodges providing lift access through April 21st.

The announcement, shared with POWDER via email, also noted that Mammoth would close as a whole for the season on May 27th, weather and conditions permitting.

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