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Travel webcam Weather Camera at KALS, Alamosa, Colorado, Viewing Blanca Peak, Alamosa, United States
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Go to webcam Weather Camera at KALS, Alamosa, Colorado, Viewing Crestone in North America / United States / Alamosa
Alamosa, United States — 4 months ago
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This webcam is currently assigned to WxCam. It was originally added on July 31, 2012 and has been viewed 8,599 times since then. The current picture above was taken 4 months ago, thereby the webcam seems to be currently inactive. So far, it was added to their personal favorites on webcams.travel by 0 people.

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The weather camera is 0.9 nautical miles N of KALS, and points northeast (45 degrees). Elevation 7539 feet. San Luis Valley Regional Airport, Bergman Field, is 2 miles south of Alamosa, CO. It is open to the public, supporting commercial service and general aviation. Camera views include Crestone, Blanca Peak, the San Luis hills and the east approach to Wolf Creek Pass. Weather in this high plains region is quite variable. High winds are common with large directional changes with increasing altitude. This divergence in winds is obvious when low-level cumulus clouds move one way, and the high-level cirrus clouds move another. Isolated thunderstorms often move through the area quickly.

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