Live View from Wildcat

As expected at this time of year, our system on Wildcat has gone into power saving mode, and is only transmitting weather data at this time. The webcam will resume functionality after a few good days of sunlight.

This weather observation camera automatically moves through a series of preset pan/tilt/zoom locations. Our Wildcat mesonet station turns off after sunset to conserve power as it is powered by a solar array and battery bank, and transmits weather and webcam data ~4.25 miles to the summit of Mount Washington. Be sure to check out the additional timelapse videos below!

This camera is made possible by generous support from Scarsdale Security and generous support from Gordini Gloves.

Mount Washington Observatory is a member-supported nonprofit institution. Any donation makes you a member, providing vital support for our mountaintop weather station, essential climate data, and forecasts. Please support MWOBS to help keep our cameras operational.

Additional Timelapse Videos

Sunrise Timelapse


Full-Day Timelapse

Full Day Timelapse

Sunset Timelapse