Both Volcanocam cameras continue to suffer network problems. The cameras are functioning and generating images. However, unknown network problems are preventing the images from being transmitted to the web server. Our continuing apologies for the inconvenience.
The VolcanoCamHD camera continues to suffer network problems. We hope to have back online soon. Apologies for the inconvenience.
Public thanks must go to the fabulous Mount St. Helens maintenance crew who took time from their winterizing work to travel to the Johnston Ridge Observatory (JRO) and check out the VolcanoCams. They found both cameras were functioning quite well. However, they found a network connection problem, fixed it and the cameras were back online within a couple of hours.
Some time around Noon yesterday we lost the network connection with both VolcanoCams. Mount St. Helens maintenance folks visiting the Johnston Ridge Observatory (already closed for the winter) this morning found both cameras were functioning with no problems. So efforts are being focused on the network. We will have more information as it becomes available.
The maintence crew did report Mount St. Helens is fogged in today so any views will be limited to gray clouds.
Both VolcanoCams continue to function this morning with minimal problems. There continues top be a time drift with the VolcanoCamHD camera we have been unable to fix.