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LIST OF CAMERAS: State College, PA | Wichita, KS | Port Matilda, PA | Johnstown, PA | Blue Knob Ski Resort, PA | Altoona, PA Railroad Museum | Punsutawney, PA | Brookville, PA | York, PA | Vinco, PA | Boomer, NC
THE ACCUCAM: AccuWeather HQ Roof, State College, Pennsylvania
THE ACCUCAM2 - PENN STATE: Penn State Meteorology Roof, State College, Pennsylvania
THE J-CAM Inside AccuWeather HQ, State College PA
THE ACCUCAM3 - AES: AccuWeather Enterprise Solutions, Wichita, KS
ACCUCAM-WEST: (Jesse Ferrell, State College, PA)
ELLIOT ABRAMS ACCUCAM: Port Matilda, PA
ACCUCAM Horseshoe Curve: Railroaders Memorial Museum, Johnstown PA
ACCUCAM Altoona Railroaders Memorial Museum, Altoona, PA
ACCUCAM Blue Knob (Top) Blue Knob Ski Resort, Altoona, PA
ACCUCAM Blue Knob Ski (Bottom)Blue Knob Ski Resort, Altoona, PA
ACCUCAM Punxsutawney: Weather Discovery Center, Punxsutawney, PA
ACCUCAM Brookville: (Brookville, PA)
ACCUCAM YORK: York, PA
ACCUCAM York, PA #2
ACCUCAM Johnstown (Inclined Plane): Built After the 1889 Flood!
ACCUCAM Laurel Highlands (Vinco, PA)
ACCUCAM Brushy Mountains (Boomer, NC)
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Siberia has fallen to -66 degrees as the cold air pool grows and throws off a storm to soak Japan with 2 feet of rain and even more snow.
This week's powerful California storm has now brought a report of a tornado in southern L.A. this morning, and additional reports of waterspouts this afternoon
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