This snowpack summary expires February 27, 2015, @ 7:01 am
Snowpack Summary:

In the June Mountain area, winds blowing from the northeast over Mono Lake created 14-18+ inches of cold dry snow early Monday morning on June Mountain and the Negatives. On Monday, ski cuts on June Mountain produced small dry wind slabs that popped of the old rain surface and ran farther than usual. It’s important to remember that fracture character- the sudden planar and sudden collapse fracture qualities indicate unstable snow exists and should be considered at your decision point in determining whether to ski a particular slope.

Mammoth Mountain and the Mammoth Lakes Basin picked up only 8 to 10” of new snow on Monday morning and by Tuesday afternoon, snow had settled 2-4”....

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