Welcome to the Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams

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Current Camera Status

VolcanoCam Update For Friday, 18 April 2014

  • Update @ 20131021 - 0700 Hours PDT - Both cameras are working just fine.

Camera Images Description

These are near real-time images of Mount St. Helens, taken from the Johnston Ridge Observatory (JRO) using our VolcanoCam Classic camera and the new VolcanoCamHD camera. The (JRO) and VolcanoCams are located at an elevation of approximately 4,200 feet, about five miles from the volcano. You are looking approximately south-southeast across the North Fork Toutle River Valley. The VolcanoCam images automatically update approximately every five minutes.

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Current Conditions

VolcanoCam News Update

VolcanoCam Update For Friday, 18 April 2014

Welcome to the Mount St. Helens VolcanoCams web site! Current news about the VolcanoCams is now available via the VolcanoCam News Blog.

Current Volcanic Activity

Please note the USGS classified Mount St. Helens with being in a constant eruptive state from October 11, 2004, until January 2008.

Weather Forecast

VolcanoCam Update For Friday, 18 April 2014