Bob Hatcher’s Weather for Thornton, New Hampshire

We are in Thornton, New Hampshire, USA, and our weather camera faces due west and takes one picture every minute.  Those pictures are then stitched together to make time-lapse videos.  See below!

That is the Pemigewasset River on the left. We are a certified natural wildlife habitat.

Click here to see the weather report for Mount Washington summit.

And, here for webcams of Mount Washington from Wildcat Ski area.

This is what the weather is like right now, looking west Example

Bob Hatcher webcam

This picture is updated every 60-seconds. If it doesn’t show the latest image hit ctrl-F5.

The most recent three hours (updated every hour)

Most recent sunset (posted at 9.00 PM)

Most recent sunrise (posted at 9.00 AM)

Most recent full day – sunrise to sunset


Lastly, I wanted to show how the seasons change, so, this one is a shot taken at noon every day. It starts in mid-March 2016 and plays very quickly. If you want to slow it down, click the button below and it will play back at one-third speed.




As of July 10, 2021 we have a new webcam.  This faces northwest toward Mt. Moosilauke.  It pans left and right and zooms so the picture may change periodically.  Still picture and 3-hr time lapse video.

Bob Hatcher webcam

This picture is updated every 60-seconds. If it doesn’t show the latest image hit ctrl-F5.

The most recent three hours (updated every hour)

Analyzed weather map for this morning

I am a big fan of the website www.tropicaltidbits.com developed and maintained by Levi Cowan who is a graduate student in tropical meteorology at Florida State University. The following two maps are from his website. The maps depict the weather at 1.00 PM tomorrow and the next day.


 

www.tropicaltidbits.com

Forecast for tomorrow from www.tropicaltidbits.com

Forecast for two days from now from www.tropicaltidbits.com

Weather model

One-month forecast for temperature made mid-month for the next month

…Get more long range forecasts HERE

One-month long range temperature forecast

One-month long range temperature forecast

And, the long range (1-month) forecast for preciptiation…

One-month long range forecast, precipitation

One-month long range forecast, precipitation

Lightning strikes in the USA…

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One-month forecast for temperature made at the beginning of the month…

…Get more long range forecasts HERE
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And, the long range (1-month) forecast for preciptiation…

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And, here’s the regional radar showing storm tracks.

And, here’s the vapor loop.

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Here are some data. You can click on the image to be taken to a page with a lot of data.

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