• Flagging operation in place on Highway 330 June 17, 2019
    One-way flagging on Highway 330 near Running Springs through Thursday, June 20, for a Caltrans project.
  • All roads to Big Bear open June 14, 2019
    The hard closure of Highway 18 near the Mitsubishi Plant has been lifted.
  • Collision snarls traffic June 14, 2019
    Emergency crews are investigating a traffic collision on Big Bear Boulevard near Bonanza Trail.
  • Brush fire reported in area of Mitsubishi Plant June 14, 2019
    UPDATE 5:30a.m. June 14: Highway 18 between Camp Rock Road and Johnson Grade near Big Bear remains closed due to a brush fire
  • Traffic collision sends one to hospital June 13, 2019
    The Big Bear Sheriff's Station is investigating a two-car traffic collision at the intersection of Big Bear Boulevard and Fox Farm Road in Big Bear Lake. The incident was reported at approximately 12:24 p.m. on Wednesday, June 13.
  • Grad week arrives for Big Bear students June 12, 2019
    Graduation season has begun.
  • Chip away for defensible space June 12, 2019
    Get your CHIP together, then register tree and brush trimmings for removal. Big Bear Fire Department has resumed its chipping program to alleviate the piles created by recent significant storm damage. Online registration is available at www.thinisin.org and is offered…
  • Sierra Club talks geothermal electricity June 12, 2019
    Randy Carroll-Bradd first learned about geothermal powered electricity while serving on the Citizen’s Advisory Board of CPS, the power company in San Antonio, Texas. As a retired manufacturing engineer, Carroll-Bradd became intrigued with the potential of this constant, baseload, sustainable…

Weather

Weather in the Big Bear mountain region is very different from the climate in surrounding Southern California areas due to the elevation. Big Bear Lake, the main city for tourists, sits at an elevation of approximately 7,000 feet. Therefore, temperatures are cooler and precipitation is higher than areas below including nearby San Bernadino. The summers are hot, but even in August, you may find yourself needing a jacket in the evening.

If you are going skiing, snowboarding or tubing at Big Bear, it’s a good idea to stay on top of the weather. Here are sites to check for current Big Bear weather:

Big Bear Snow Report:
http://bigbear.us

General Weather Today and Tomorrow:
www.weather.com/weather/Big-Bear

10 Day Forecast for Big Bear:
http://www.weather.com

General Information about Big Bear Lake weather and climate:
The hottest month of the year is July when the temperature of the average high is 80°F, and the average low is 47°F. The coldest month is January when the average high is 47 °F and the average low is about 21 °F. The area receives about 61 inches of snow per year and freezing temperatures occur on an average of 193 days yearly.