A massive atmospheric river storm arriving Saturday and lasting through Monday will likely trigger localized flooding both in Eastern Sierra communities in Mono County and, in Yosemite National Park along the Merced River.
Beginning Fencing Classes, Jan. 3, Jan. 10, Feb dates
The Crowley Lake Community Center is hosting beginning fencing lessons each week, and they want you there. Classes are Tuesdays from 3:30-5 p.m. Call 541-425-0540 for more information.
A significant winter storm is well underway in Mammoth and the higher reaches of the Eastern Sierra and Sierra crest area; if you are still planning on traveling to or from the Sierra, stay tuned to the National Weather Service updates and their Facebook page, below, which is a great resource.
On Wednesday, Dec. 21, at the regular meeting of the Mammoth Lakes Town Council, Town staff will host an opportunity for the Town Council to discuss the proposed Multi-Use Facilities at Mammoth Creek Park West.
The public is invited.
The project includes three major components:
Update: The Mammoth Ice Rink is currently closed for maintenance; however, the Town anticipates re-opening on Saturday, Dec. 17. Please visit http://www.mammothicerink.com for the latest schedule and session times.
The last and likely largest of the series of storms that began last Thursday will hit the Eastern Sierra this Thursday, Dec. 15 bringing as much as several feet of snow on Mammoth Mountain and possibly a foot-plus in Mammoth, according to Mammoth forecaster Howard Sheckter and the NWS.