View from Wildcat

 
This weather observation camera automatically moves through a series of preset pan/tilt/zoom locations. It turns off after sunset to conserve power.
 
This weather station is powered by a solar array and battery bank, and transmits weather and webcam data ~4.25 miles to the summit of Mount Washington. 
 
Backup stream if YouTube stream is not available.   
 
Mount Washington Observatory is a member-supported nonprofit institution. Any donation makes you a member, providing vital support for our mountaintop weather station, essential climate data, and forecasts. Please support MWOBS to help keep our cameras operational. 
 
 
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