View from Sentinel Dome on Jan. 13, 2016. (Photo courtesy Yosemite)

View from Sentinel Dome on Jan. 13, 2016. (Photo courtesy Yosemite)

Yosemite’s webcams capture snowy scene after storms

A series of storms that moved through the state of California left Yosemite with a snowy white cover, and the webcams have captured the action.

“The raw power, beauty and magnificence of nature in Yosemite is a sight to behold,” said Yosemite Conservancy President Frank Dean.

Thanks to donations from supporters, a series of webcams have been set up around the park to document the snowy peaks and valleys, giving viewers a live view peek into the park while they sit at their desks.

The public can see Yosemite Falls, which with a 2,424-foot drop is one of the tallest waterfalls in North America, streamed live here.

Other views, such as this one of Half Dome, are uploaded ever 30 seconds.

The webcams are maintained through support of Yosemite Conservancy donors.National ParkSnowstormweatherYosemite

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