Well, it's official. Mammoth Lakes has received a record-breaking snowfall for the month of January - or ANY month - 212" to be exact. And it's still coming down.
If that seems unfathomable (and it is), here's a sneak peek at what we're dealing with on a daily basis here in the beautifully, obscenely snowy Eastern Sierra this winter.
As of Monday morning, 241 inches of snow had fallen this month at Mammoth’s main lodge, with 344 inches this season. That’s more than 20 feet so far this January. - KTLA News
A huge thank you goes out to the Mammoth Snow Removal Crews, CalTrans and Mammoth Mountain Ski Patrol who are working around the clock to keep everyone informed and make sure the area is safe and secure for locals and visitors alike.