Windy Willow
12 April 2022 16:14:58

Winter doesn't want to let go in Colorado or Wyoming, still snowing in both States today:

 


119.4 m /391.7 feet asl

NW Kent

Col
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17 August 2022 14:04:51

If you want some torrential rain, check out the Abbey Road crossing cam:

https://www.abbeyroad.com/Crossing

Edit: And there's thunder too!


Col

Bolton, Lancashire

160m asl

Snow videos:

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

Bow Echo
01 September 2022 08:28:34

Panoramic cam of Ust-Kut, Siberia. Panning view of town, hinterland and River Lena.


Steve D. FRMetS

Burton Latimer, Kettering, Northants



ARTzeman
01 September 2022 08:31:42

Very scenic views.




Some people walk in the rain.

Others just get wet.

I Just Blow my horn or trumpet

RJBingham
03 October 2022 13:02:55
Siberia various

https://www.youtube.com/c/605000

idj20
04 October 2022 09:22:28

Nuuk, Greenland's only town has its first snowfall of the season (bear in mind it is fairly close to sea level).

Live video feed if you wish to see it in action - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Gzj8WhyH2Sg


Folkestone Harbour. 
NMA
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09 October 2022 11:57:10

https://livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri

An improvement on the previous links as there are a lot more in one place this year.

I've posted this before but as I type there's a proper blizzard taking place. The snow will fall and then melt for a bit but by the end of the month it seems to remain on the ground for the winter which is a long time up there. If you click on different links you can travel around the country. For example snow in Reykjavik is whilst not unusual not as much as one might expect. Today it's just unpleasantly windy it seems. 

Nick

GezM
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14 October 2022 09:54:09

Meanwhile in Svalbard .... I've never seen it this green in mid October. Usually a full snow cover in place by late September:

https://longyearbyen.kystnor.no/

At least temperatures are now dropping back down to below freezing so it will be frosty and eventually the snow will arrive! 


Living in St Albans, Herts (116m asl)

Working at Luton Airport, Beds (160m asl)

GezM
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14 October 2022 10:24:34

Originally Posted by: NMA 

https://livefromiceland.is/webcams/akureyri

An improvement on the previous links as there are a lot more in one place this year.

I've posted this before but as I type there's a proper blizzard taking place. The snow will fall and then melt for a bit but by the end of the month it seems to remain on the ground for the winter which is a long time up there. If you click on different links you can travel around the country. For example snow in Reykjavik is whilst not unusual not as much as one might expect. Today it's just unpleasantly windy it seems. 

Nick

Some great webcam feeds there Nick. I shall look forward to viewing those over the winter months 


Living in St Albans, Herts (116m asl)

Working at Luton Airport, Beds (160m asl)

Gusty
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14 October 2022 10:46:09

Originally Posted by: GezM 

Meanwhile in Svalbard .... I've never seen it this green in mid October. Usually a full snow cover in place by late September:

https://longyearbyen.kystnor.no/

At least temperatures are now dropping back down to below freezing so it will be frosty and eventually the snow will arrive! 

I've been watching Svalbard very closely all year. They had their usual first brief transitory snow cover very early this year (mid September) but since then its been green as you say. The cold air has arrived and lasting snow should arrive later today or tomorrow. 


Steve - Folkestone, Kent

Current conditions from my Davis Vantage Vue

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

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Surrey John
23 October 2022 09:38:45
Been snowing in Saariselka, Lapland

https://www.meteoblue.com/en/weather/webcams/saariselka_finland_7116868 


Bradford on Avon, Wiltshire

35m ASL

Col
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13 November 2022 08:46:26
Virtually no snow on the highest peaks here. There's normally more than this even during the summer and these peaks are around 5000ft this must be very unusual for mid November and clearly southern Norway is in the same exceptionally mild SW airstream that we are in.


Col

Bolton, Lancashire

160m asl

Snow videos:

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

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