Web cam set up on Hurricane Ridge

Wondering about the weather at Hurricane Ridge? Computer users can now see for themselves through a Web camera accessible via the Olympic National Park’s Internet site, www.nps.gov/olym.

The “Web cam” near the Hurricane Ridge Visitor Center provides a new view every 15 minutes into the heart of the Olympic Mountains, including Mount Olympus, park officials said Monday.

Online visitors can also check conditions at Lake Crescent, where a Web cam records visibility as part of an air quality monitoring station. The Lake Crescent image is updated hourly.

To find the Olympic National Park Web cams on the Web site, click on “In Depth.”

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