The weatherman says yes. Mostly.
According to Mammothâ€™s weather forecaster, Howard Sheckter, the long, cold, snowy winter of 2010-11 is finally over â€“ mostly.
With 618 - 637 inches measured up at the 9,200 foot elevation on Mammoth Mountain now, the winter goes down in the record books as Mammothâ€™s snowiest, though not wettest, winter ever.
It started snowing on Oct. 5, making it seven months of snow, although an abnormally dry January and February gave us something of a break for a short time.