For the first time this winter season the snow drifts at the Johnston Ridge Observatory (JRO) are high enough to be visible within the camera frame of the VolcanoCams. When you consider the cameras are 20 feet off of the ground, we are talking some pretty tall drifts!
March is alrerady roaring in like a lion. Several winter storms in quick succession are not allowing any view of the volcano. Both cameras are working just fine. You should be able to see icicles in front of the camera views this morning.