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Published on Mar 14, 2017
Heavy snow event on March 14, 2017 as Nor'easter develops and moves up the east US coast. A persistent band of snow stayed over the house for most of the day. This video from all 3 cameras is from 2:00 am EDT to 8:24 am EDT.
IMPORTANT NOTE: both cameras are about 12 inches off the ground. At the end of the video the snow was about 19 inches. So there is a wall of snow between the camera and other stuff. Except for the last part which is attached to a window above the deck. Please note the time as well.
Images were taken every minute using a Raspberry Pi model B and model B+. Both pi/cameras were outside this time. Another Raspberry Pi Zero stuck to the window took the part with the trees. A forth Raspberry Pi was logging temperatures.
If you are wondering about the Christmas lights still be out? They were not out. I put them back out on the deck for this event. Its so that the snow will be lit up from the buried lights.
Notables: the trees. Final tally on the snowfall amount here, was 22 inches.
Slapped together using a combination of imagemagick, ffmpeg and a bit of python.