He asked her questions about where she grew up, what her family was like and then proceeding to ask her about her love life. What she didn't know was that Jon was completely serious.
However, the main reason most people find webcams to be enjoyable is because they give us a glimpse into another scene somewhere in the country (or world) and allow us to vicariously experience the weather taking place at that moment in time.
Here is a compilation of webcams from around the country that will bring snowfall events to life this winter season.1.
Look no farther for consistently stunning images of the snow-capped peaks of the Rocky Mountains. Jackson Hole, Wyoming, is named for the valley the town sits in, on the western edge of Wyoming.
This birds-eye webcam sits above the town and offers not only a look at the quaint mountain town, but also the Teton Mountain Range to the west. The northern Rockies offer some breathtaking views and this webcam fixed atop Apgar Mountain in Glacier National Park does not disappoint. Squaw Valley, California, located west of Lake Tahoe is one of the largest ski resorts in the country and boasts 450 inches of snow annually.
Telluride is a former mining camp that sits in a canyon, adjacent to Telluride Ski Resort and averages just over 300 inches of snow each year.
This webcam is controllable by the user and features four views of the town and surrounding scenery. Heading north into the heart of Colorado ski country, this set of round-shot webcams offer up 360 degree views of the Aspen Highlands and surrounding mountains.
I plotted them out on this GOES-16 visible satellite from College of Du Page.
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Many images were pulled from active webcams around the region, and those interested were able to watch the snow falling in real time.
This week, bitterly cold air and wintry weather are impacting more than two-thirds of the U. Web cameras, beyond their entertainment value, can be very useful to meteorologists when they are trying to verify or update a forecast.
Winter has already made an appearance in the United States, with a record-setting snowfall and brutal cold across the South the first day of November.