Storm Highway by Dan Robinson
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Update: January 2010: This camera is no longer active due to the move to St. Louis.

Current precip conditions at the Storm Highway office in Charleston, West Virginia. This camera view is used to monitor rain/snow/ice conditions on the ground. Several surface types are visible - wood, foliage, dirt and block. Image refreshes every minute.

Time-lapse Clips from Cameras:

January 22, 2008 - Light snow and freezing rain (4 hour sequence in 15 seconds)

January 14-15, 2008 - Light snow and melting (36 hour sequence in 13 seconds)

January 1-4, 2008 - 4 to 5 inch snowfall accumulation and melting (75 hour sequence in 23 seconds)

December 31, 2007 - freezing fog/rime ice deposits (12 hour sequence in 46 seconds)

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