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Offline tallyho_83  
#121 Posted : 16 December 2020 22:34:54(UTC)
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Just taken a screenshot of the Nor easter storm - look how marginal the rain/snow line is!?

Rain in southern New Jersey - Snow in north, Rain over DC now after sleet- Rain over Baltimore and Philadelphia - Heavy snow in NYC but rain only a couple miles to the south of Long Island. - Real wintry mix bag there!

 

 

 

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Home Location - Kellands Lane, Okehampton, Devon (200m ASL)

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Offline tallyho_83  
#122 Posted : 16 December 2020 22:47:57(UTC)
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Home Location - Kellands Lane, Okehampton, Devon (200m ASL)

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Offline Dizzy Daff  
#123 Posted : 27 December 2020 16:37:00(UTC)
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I think Storm Bella has caused some big waves around Jersey, Channel Islands.

https://www.jersey.com/jersey-beach-cam

Daphne

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Offline Bow Echo  
#124 Posted : 28 December 2020 14:10:08(UTC)
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Here is a webcam in the city of Ust-Kut in Siberia. It is the Lena Railway station on the East Siberian railway. Ust Kut sits on the banks of the Lena River.

Edited by user 28 December 2020 14:13:22(UTC)  | Reason: Error in posting.

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Offline Bow Echo  
#125 Posted : 29 December 2020 22:02:47(UTC)
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And here is one in  Omsk, also in Siberia.

Steve D. FRMetS

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Offline tallyho_83  
#126 Posted : 16 January 2021 18:08:17(UTC)
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I won't repeat my rant as it belongs in the rant thread but given many parts of the south saw no snow if any it was a slushy deposit which melted and cold rain for most Amsterdam (below sea level) has had a good covering of snow and a daytime high of -2c today 16/01/2021:

https://worldcams.tv/netherlands/amsterdam/dam-square

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Offline Rob K  
#127 Posted : 07 February 2021 08:44:46(UTC)
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I put this in the snow reports thread but will add it here as it could see a decent dump of snow - already fairly white. Lions playing in the snow at Port Lympne, near Hythe in south Kent https://www.webcamtaxi.c...s-port-lympne-hotel.html

Yateley, NE Hampshire, 73m asl

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Offline LeedsLad123  
#128 Posted : 07 February 2021 08:48:43(UTC)
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Live stream for the Swedish capital Stockholm:

https://youtu.be/NCfMPD5A6hQ

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Whitkirk, Leeds - 85m ASL.
Offline Dizzy Daff  
#129 Posted : 08 February 2021 10:30:49(UTC)
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Maybe this has been on already, but I love clicking on this link, put the zoom up to 200% (so that I don't have to open up any windows) and catch the river levels around the UK.

https://www.farsondigitalwatercams.com/locations

 

Edited by user 08 February 2021 10:32:47(UTC)  | Reason: Didn't succeed with the link!

Daphne

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Online ozone_aurora  
#130 Posted : 27 March 2021 12:20:59(UTC)
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Alert: I would have a look at Nashville webcam now!

https://fox17.com/news/local/fox-17-news-nashview-city-cam-network.

Update: Thundering again! See https://www.earthcam.com/usa/tennessee/nashville/?cam=nashville. Although the webcam directs against a building, you can listen to thunder!

 

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Offline Gusty  
#131 Posted : 03 April 2021 08:37:20(UTC)
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https://www.skylinewebcams.com/en/webcam/faroe-islands.html

A good camera to view the incoming Arctic Northerly.

Fun starts around noon tomorrow.

Steve - Folkestone, Kent

Current conditions from my Davis Vantage Vue

https://www.wunderground...m/dashboard/pws/IFOLKE11

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Offline Col  
#132 Posted : 05 April 2021 05:18:07(UTC)
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Unsurprisingly in this set-up several inches of snow at Geirangerfjord,

Col

Bolton, Lancashire

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Snow videos:

http://www.youtube.com/c...UC3QvmL4UWBmHFMKWiwYm_gg

Online ozone_aurora  
#133 Posted : 08 August 2021 21:30:26(UTC)
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Offline NMA  
#134 Posted : 21 September 2021 14:28:00(UTC)
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I've just noticed that the first snow of the winter has fallen to low levels in the north of Iceland. It will come and go for a few weeks before it tends to remain for the rest of the winter. Somewhat earlier than last year to when the first snow arrived I think in October.

https://www.livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri/

 

Online Roger Parsons  
#135 Posted : 21 September 2021 14:46:52(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NMA Go to Quoted Post

I've just noticed that the first snow of the winter has fallen to low levels in the north of Iceland. It will come and go for a few weeks before it tends to remain for the rest of the winter. Somewhat earlier than last year to when the first snow arrived I think in October.

https://www.livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri/

 

Nice place, Akureyri. "Capital of the North"

https://guidetoiceland.is/best-of-iceland/top-things-to-do-in-akureyri

 

I can imagine Beast enjoying the Beer Bath.

Bjórböðin ('Beer Bath') SPA opened in 2017 and offers visitors the unique opportunity to soak in a relaxing bath of young beer and live beer yeast. 

Roger

 

 

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Offline Rob K  
#136 Posted : 21 September 2021 15:24:32(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: NMA Go to Quoted Post

I've just noticed that the first snow of the winter has fallen to low levels in the north of Iceland. It will come and go for a few weeks before it tends to remain for the rest of the winter. Somewhat earlier than last year to when the first snow arrived I think in October.

https://www.livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri/

 

I was in northern Iceland in mid September two years ago and there was a bit of snow around. The hills surrounding Isafjordur (in the Westfjords) were dusted with white and I think we had a bit of snow falling even at sea level one evening. By the time we got to Akureyri a few days later  it was actually pretty mild (mid to high teens) after a fairly potent front went through giving us a couple of days of torrential rain (heavy enough even for the Icelandic Met Office to put out warnings!).

 

Missed the beer bath though!

Yateley, NE Hampshire, 73m asl

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Online Roger Parsons  
#137 Posted : 21 September 2021 16:15:13(UTC)
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Originally Posted by: Rob K Go to Quoted Post

Missed the beer bath though!

Sorry to hear that, Rob. Next time perhaps?

Near Myvatn there were underground natural hot springs under the old lava flow where you could soak your tired muscles - one for chaps, one for lasses and one mixed. I hear the water temp has become a bit too high for comfort since - I hope that's not true. They now have well organised "Nature Baths" - nice no doubt but it's not so primal!

R.

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Everything taken together, here in Lincolnshire are more good things than man could have had the conscience to ask.

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Offline GezM  
#138 Posted : 01 October 2021 09:14:35(UTC)
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I think I posted this a few years ago but worth posting again! One of my favourite webcams is this one in Longyearbyen, Svalbard. You can view it historically and do timelapses so is quite good fun.

https://longyearbyen.kystnor.no/

By now there is usually a complete (but thin) snow cover but it has been a fairly mild autumn so far so this is happening a little later. Next week it's looking like sub-zero temperatures will return.

Living in St Albans, Herts (116m asl)

Working at Luton Airport, Beds (160m asl)

Offline Col  
#139 Posted : 20 October 2021 14:25:29(UTC)
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First snow of the winter at the Santa Claus village, Rovaniemi in Finnish Lapland.

Col

Bolton, Lancashire

160m asl

Snow videos:

http://www.youtube.com/c...UC3QvmL4UWBmHFMKWiwYm_gg

Offline Col  
#140 Posted : 22 October 2021 15:33:18(UTC)
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And much further south and obviously at sea level, a slushy covering at Geirangerfjord cruise port. There is some talk over on the MOD thread about an earlier than normal start to Scandanavian snow cover being favourable for a colder winter here. We shall see.

Col

Bolton, Lancashire

160m asl

Snow videos:

http://www.youtube.com/c...UC3QvmL4UWBmHFMKWiwYm_gg

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