The weatherman says yes. Mostly.
According to Mammothâs 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 Mammothâs 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.