A quick tour around the live webcams showing at www.HighCountryWebCams.com will show you that the sun is beginning to peak through the clouds across the region. If you look at the Beech Mountain cameras, you’ll see heavy fog, clouds and some light drizzle still. However, if you’ll check out the new Morganton Camera, it is already showing sunny skies. The Lake James Camera is back to running and it is showing cloudy skies and the Blowing Rock Road cam is back and it is still showing some light drizzle.
That is the cool thing about all the cams…you can literally watch and see the weather moving into and out of the region. Sunny skies should be kicking into the High Country and little later across Virginia and West Virginia as the day progresses.
We are also working to have the old Highway 105 cam back running with a new system this week.
More cams, means more input as to what’s happening and where.
Oh yea – we are aware that th Sugar Mountain front cam is down. We have tried to get up with the guys that changed the connections, to no avail so far. We’re working on it. If something doesn’t happen soon, we’ll make other arrangements. For now the Sugar Ski and Country Club cam is still showing the top view~