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Tuesday, 30 October 2007 @ 1:44 pm PDT
We've begun some house-cleaning with the site and moved some things around.
If you find yourself in a dead-end, please return to the VolcanoCams home page
and start again. As part of the house-cleaning, we brought back the Live
Images Archive, this time using images from the new VolcanoCamHD camera.
We are still planning on returning the Live Images Archive with the VolcanoCam
In case you are wondering, the VolcanoCams web servers are functiong just
fine. When you see a time discrepancy, that's because both web servers reverted
to standard time this past Sunday, one week ahead of the rest of the country.
Wednesday, 17 October 2007 @ 8:12 am PDT
The National Weather Service is reporting weather conditions for the area
will not be good through this weekend. Winter is definitely arriving in
southwestern Washington State. Views of Mount St. Helens will probably be slim
to none for
days. If you plan to visit Johnston Ridge Observatory (before it close for
the winter) and/or the Coldwater Ridge Visitor Center (before it closes permanently),
please call ahead. Your safety is number one.
Wednesday, 10 October 2007 @ 8:08 am PDT
We lost images from the two VolcanoCams for most of the afternoon yesterday.
Power was lost at the Johnston Ridge Observatory. We have no specific details
what caused the power failure. However, windy weather conditions across much
of the Cascade Range in Southwestern Washington probably contributed to it.
Winter weather is just around the corner here and with that, power failures,
road closures and poor visibility will become more common. We apologize for
Tuesday, 09 October 2007 @ 12:24 pm PDT
The Johnston Ridge Observatory is without power right now. Updated images
from the two VolcanoCams are not possible until power is restored. More information
as we receive it.
Monday, 01 October 2007 @ 8:00 am PDT
National Weather Service forcasts call for precipitation for much of the week.
It goes without say, but we'll say it anyway, that views of Mount St. Helens
will be far and few between this week.