Distance Learning Camera Work

2013-12-21 16:34:47.000 – Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer & Education Specialist


Some days you just want to relax and ride out a rainy day. Today was one of them, and although I am at work I did find a way to relax. Something that I love to do is work on projects. One project that has been on my list is redesigning one of my Distance Learning camera cable connections. In the winter the cables are easily broken due to the cold. So I am in the process of streamlining the connection to allow for less cable made out of more durable material. So far I am very excited for how the process is progressing and hopefully it will be ready at the start of the New Year for programs.

Observer Footnote: Data interruptions are expected this week as we update our IT infrastructure on the summit of Mount Washington. Please be patient as we work through this process.


Rebecca Scholand,  Weather Observer & Education Specialist

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