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Lapse Cloud Videos
here to save a time-lapse movie of the clouds thickening January 31,
2011 as a snowstorm approaches from the southwest. (mpeg
file ~ 9 megabytes)
5-second time-lapse movie from April 2, 2011. Lots of
cumulus, growing into showers (mp4 file ~ 59 megs!)
from April 2 (afternoon). Showers subside into the evening
(mpeg ~ 25 megs)
6: Starts out
almost clear, but the clouds and precipitation move in quickly.
sec Lapse looking south (mp4 file ~37 megs)
7: Fog lifts to reveal cumulus congestus (spectacular!).
April 9: Watch the contrails zip across the sky, then lots of
small cumulus (mp4 file ~ 32 megs)
Day, May 21, 2011 cold front passage from north (1 sec timelapse mp4
is a REALLY big storm on
June 1, 2011 around 8 p.m.. The storm is over western
Massachusetts where tornadoes occurred. (1 sec lapse mp4 ~15 megs)
24, very turbulent cumulus with wind shear. Looking SW (5 sec
lapse mp4 ~ 18 megs)
6, showers/T-storms. Watch for rainbow at 5:47.
Looking SE (5 sec lapse mp4 ~ 72 megs)
6, looking SE at
stratocumulus. Develops wind shear (clouds moving in
directions) (5 sec lapse mp4 ~ 41 megs)
lifting, looking south-southwest. (1 sec lapse mp4 ~ 28 megs)
culminates in a shower, looking west (3 sec lapse mp4 ~ 36 megs)
6, 2012 slow timelapse of
unsettled summer day looking east (1 sec lapse mp4 ~ 19 megs)
14, 2012 slow
timelapse of fair weather cumulus looking east (1 sec lapse mp4 ~ 66
2012 unstable sky, growing cumulus coming toward camera from west (3
sec lapse mp4 ~ 25 megs)
9, 2013 Towering cumulus, some becoming rain showers looking
southwest (3 sec lapse mp4 ~ 31 megs)
9, 2013 Towering cumulus developing just east of Oneonta, looking
almost straight up (3 sec lapse mp4 ~ 25 megs)
Oneonta current weather
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Mean Temperatures and
Precipitation in Excel format
the 1971-2000 mean
the 1971-2000 mean
Chart of the 2012
observed monthly precipitation
the 2012 observed monthly rain and snowfall (Excel
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page was created by Marty Snyder
('97). Marty is now a TV meteorologist in Rochester, NY
page is maintained by J. Blechman Jerome.Blechman@oneonta.edu
(Last major update: May, 2013)
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