Alpine Snow Melt

Greetings Northeast Alpine Flower Watchers!

The alpine zone of Mount Washington is starting to lose its blanket of snow. In the following three photos, you can see the snow melting and the trees in the valley beginning to leaf out. I've heard from a reliable source that Diapensia is starting to bud on the Bonds of the Pemigewasset Wilderness in the White Mountains. The alpine flower season is nearly here!

With the changing seasons, please hike safe and check local weather and trail conditions before venturing out into your respective alpine zones. Although snow may have melted above treeline, many trails may still have snow and require winter travel gear.


Mount Washington - April 17, 2019 (Photo credit: origin.hazecam.net)


Mount Washington - May 01, 2019 (Photo credit: origin.hazecam.net)


Mount Washington - May 08, 2019 (Photo credit: origin.hazecam.net)

White Mountain Webcams:
http://origin.hazecam.net/camsite.aspx?site=mtwash
https://www.mountwashington.org/premium-content/webcam-videos/ravines.aspx

Baxter State Park Webcams:
https://www.neoc.com/twin-pine-camps-webcam-1/
https://www.meteoblue.com/en/weather/forecast/webcams/baxter-state-park_united-states-of-america_4957608

Green Mountain Webcams:
https://www.onthesnow.com/vermont/stowe-mountain-resort/webcams.html
https://www.nationallife.com/Web-Cam/Camels-Hump

Adirondack Webcams:
https://www.wildcenter.org/visit/outside/whitefaceliveview/
https://www.skiresort.info/weather/webcams/the-adirondacks/

Thanks for joining the Northeast Alpine Flower Watch!

Posted by annie_evankow annie_evankow, May 19, 2019 17:41

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