As many of our readers already know, we’ve seen some snowflakes across some of our mountaintops of the Southeast and mid-Atlantic over the last week. Snowshoe Mountain and Beech Mountain Resort both reported some light snow and those were captured by the LIVE webcams and shared with numerous television markets.
I personally heard from the National Weather Service office in Blacksburg, Virginia and our own, meteorologist, Brad Panovich shared some LIVE views via his huge social media following as well as on air via WCNC Newschannel 36 in Charlotte.
Those were nice teases of snowfall. This morning’s light snow is a little more significant in terms of widespread reports from around the region.
The biggest “bang for our snow buck” is unquestionably taking place atop Snowshoe Mountain where they have not only seen a skiff of light, natural snowfall, but they are also making snow as you can see below:
You can watch Snowshoe LIVE by clicking here> Snowshoe Mountain Shaver Center Cam
While some snow flurries are being reported at numerous locations, the light accumulations are really only being seen at Snowshoe Mountain, Beech Mountain and Sugar Mountain.
We did hear some reports that Sugar Mountain was making some snow this morning at the summit, but there’s no evidence of that on their cameras.
You can watch these cameras LIVE at: ResortCams.com
I really want to thank Sugar Ski & Country Club for working with us to implement the new HD cam up there!
While they were not getting any snow this morning, how about those fall colors! See it LIVE here> Massanutten Resort Fall Colors
While we are talking “Virginia”, here is an awesome capture from Wintergreen Resort and their fall colors.
Be sure to check out ResortCams.com for all of our Partnered/Sponsored Mountain WebCams.
Many of the webcams are currently displaying some amazing fall color which is STILL lingering in the mountains.
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