Bob Hatcher’s Weather Page

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.

I have another weather website that shows very detailed information on the current weather and a whole bunch of other stuff.  See DETAILED WEATHER WEBSITE

This is what the weather is like right now, 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.

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Thornton, NH 03285
April 23, 2018, 7:02 am

Weather for the next few days…

Monday 04/23 0%
High 63° / Low 36°
Sunny. High 63F. Winds light and variable.
Partly Cloudy
Tuesday 04/24 0%
High 68° / Low 43°
Partly Cloudy
Partly cloudy. High 68F. Winds SW at 5 to 10 mph.
Wednesday 04/25 80%
High 54° / Low 45°
Rain showers in the morning will evolve into a more steady rain in the afternoon. High 54F. Winds SE at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 80%. Rainfall around a quarter of an inch.
Chance of Rain
Thursday 04/26 70%
High 57° / Low 41°
Chance of Rain
Cloudy with occasional rain showers. High 57F. Winds SSW at 5 to 10 mph. Chance of rain 70%.
Mostly Cloudy
Friday 04/27 10%
High 62° / Low 42°
Mostly Cloudy
A mix of clouds and sun early, then becoming cloudy later in the day. High 62F. Winds W at 5 to 10 mph.

Our location

Weather Underground PWS KNHTHORN2


Daily Weather History Graph

Weekly Weather History Graph

Monthly Weather History Graph

Analyzed weather map for this morning

I am a big fan of the website 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.

Forecast for tomorrow from

Forecast for two days from now from

Weather model
Snow and Ice Precip in North America
Drought map US
Drought map
National radar

The long range (1-month) forecast for temperature made mid-month for the next month…

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

Average Precipitation and Temperature – For Laconia, NH, about 30 miles south of here. The closest station…

Lightning strikes in the USA…

Flag Counter

Regional Radar

The long range (1-month) forecast for temperature made at the beginning of the month…

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


  1. Bob_Hatcher

    I am adding comments now. I have been seeing visitors from all over the world. If you’d like to leave a comment and tell us where you are from and your interest in weather, please do so. Hopefully, we won’t get too much spam. If we do, I will shut the comments down.

    • ken C.

      I just found your web cam…wonderful to see the Pemi surrounded by full color..I’m in Melbourne, Fl. and spend the summers at the Pemi River Campground…can you tell me where the cam is in reference to the campground…thanks

      • Bob_Hatcher

        Thanks for the comment. That campground is in Campton about a mile south of us on the western side of the river. We’re on the eastern side.

  2. Bob_Hatcher

    Well, if you have been following my site you will know that I had some technical difficulties over the past few weeks. The result is that I had to decommission and resurrect the site under which is a more descriptive URL. Thanks for your patience.


  3. Jason

    Great website! I love the idea of a “season” cam; that’s really going to be nice to see a full year. Do you save the video log for archive? I don’t have any weather cams yet, but how did you set up the snapshots? Thanks for the website!

  4. Ken C.

    Just want to wish you and family a Happy Thanksgiving…and thank you for the wonderful pictures of home away from home and the weather reports too…I check things out at least once a day.

    Ken C.

  5. Mark O'Hara

    Pretty cool Bob. I recently added a weather station and webcam at Campton Mountain. In the process of getting them live now.

    Huge difference between the winter up north and back home around here in Lowell this year.

  6. M. Rody

    Hi Bob,
    We love checking out the Meadows from CLE. Looks like the snow is leaving for the year. Our daffodils are up here in OH.
    Have a great day…..see you soon!


  7. Jennifer Roy


    We recently moved to Thornton NH from Kingston NH, and are operating the Gilcrest Cottages & Motel off of exit 29. We just found this site and your cameras and are so excited to have this resource available! Would it be ok if we linked your site/camera to our website to share with our guests/potential guests?

  8. Bob_Hatcher

    I just added the long range forecast for temperature and precipitation. This comes from NOAA and is updated on the first day of the month and is valid for the following 30-days.

  9. Bob_Hatcher

    Today I put up a chart of the long term averages of: Temperature, Rainfall, and Snowfall. The data are for Laconia which is the closest data available. It is about 30 miles south of us and should be a reasonable approximation. We get more snowfall than them and our summer temps will be higher (as they are modified by Lake Winnipesauke) and our winters temps will be lower because of our proximity to the mountains.

  10. Bob Hatcher

    The One-a-Day video was playing so quickly it was hard to view it. So, it took me a while but I figured out how to give you the option to play it back at one-third speed.

  11. Tom I.

    I am enjoying the site. just purchased a home in thornton, but still living near the coast. Why is the precipitation reading not working? would like to know the snow totals up there.

    • Bob_Hatcher

      Welcome to the neighborhood, Tom. The reason is that this is a rain gauge, it does not measure snow. Snowfall has to be measured manually so your best bet is to check both and for their snow totals. We got about six inches today but it’s blowing away quickly. We’re having gusts to 35 mph right now! On the flat, yesterday there was about 24-inches on the ground.


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