By Powderhound Matt \ October 23 2010 \ 4 Comments
The Snowbird Snow Cam is back!
This morning I was going through my regular pre-dawn winter routine: wake up at 5 a.m. and get the National Weather Service updated forecast. Once I’ve calmed myself down and feel satisfied that all systems are a go for the current storm cycle, I go back to bed until 8:00 a.m. When I finally get up for good, I do it all again but this time I’ll also check out all the local resort web cams now that the sun is up. Ski Utah has a great link to see all the web cams at once, so even if you don't live in Utah you can still see where it's dumping. http://www.skiutah.com/winter/snow_report/mosaic
By far my favorite camera is the 24-hour live feed on top of the Gad 2 lift at 9,840 feet at Snowbird. Snowbird takes this camera down in the summer months but it appears that they now have it up and running, which is great news for all you Powderhounds out there. This camera allows you to see how much snow has fallen over the last 24-hour period and the best part is you can see the snow accumulating at night. Check it out now, as you can see the first little part of this monster storm has shown up in the Wasatch. http://www.snowbird.com/snowcam.html Let the flakes fly!
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