Noon at Imnavait Creek, Alaska, reveals a multitude of colors in a cloud-studded sky. Advertisements
At 71 degrees latitude, our PhenoCam near Barrow, Alaska, is our most northern one. In deep winter, the sun never gets above the horizon, rendering all our images a bit dim, and highlighting wind-swept patterns in the snow.
Boston has only received dustings of snow this year. Of course, last year when the city saw record snowfall, there had been almost no snow by mid-January, too. What the rest of this winter has in store is a mystery…
In just two days, snow transforms the greens and oranges of Sequoia National Park in California to white.
Snow falls on Huntington Forest in the Adirondacks, New York.
The view from the Paradise Jackson Visitor Center at Mount Rainier National Park in Washington State is just as glorious in winter as in summer. This area usually gets more than 50 feet of snow per year!