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Live Weather Cameras for the Blizzard of 2015 (eyesonnews.com)
EarthCam USA have linked all their LIVE cameras located in cities currently in the eye of the blizzard. When you click the link below you will be taken to a master page.the city or location you want to check out. Note, some of these cameras have commercials which run first. Others may go down due the weather or high traffic to the site.  more... 1/26/2015

Webcam captures Mexican volcano eruption (upi.com)
Mexican authorities said a volcano eruption caught on webcam blasted ash at least 13,000 feet into the air, but did not pose a danger to the public. The Colima volcano, located on the border of southwestern states Colima and Jalisco, erupted about 9:13 a.m. Wednesday and blasted ash about 13,000 feet into the air.  more... 1/23/2015

Hwy 406 bridge over Glendale coming down (stcatharinesstandard.ca)
The southbound Hwy. 406 bridge over Glendale Ave. in St. Catharines will be removed overnight Saturday and a new span will be slid into place. The rapid bridge replacement technique called jack-and-slide allows the Ministry of Transportation to replace the bridge in hours instead of months.  more... 1/20/2015

Old Faithful proposal seen around the world (powelltribune.com)
Zac Finley proposed to his girlfriend in front of the Old Faithful web camera so he could share the moment with their loved ones back home. As it turns out, their family members weren’t the only ones watching on Saturday evening.  more... 1/13/2015

Paris New Year's Eve 2015 live stream (al.com)
The celebration in Paris, known as "Le réveillon de la Saint-Sylvestre," starts at 4:30 p.m. CST -- that's 11:30 p.m. in the capital city of France -- and can be viewed online via a live stream. (Thank you, Earthcam.)   more... 1/2/2015

How to watch the ball drop in Times Square on New Year's Eve (mashable.com)
One of the most iconic New Year's Eve celebrations around the world is the annual bash in New York City's Times Square. Around 1 million people will crowd into the center of Manhattan to watch the ball drop during 2014's final seconds, but many more will watch from the comfort of their homes.  more... 1/1/2015



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