This Weather Webcam is located in Zermatt
The Klein Matterhorn is located at an altitude of 3,883 m. M., is a mountain in the Pennine Alps near Zermatt.
The Klein Matterhorn marks the western end of the Monte Rosa trending against Theodulpass mountain range and is separated by the Theodulpass from the Matterhorn.
The Klein Matterhorn is the starting point for many mountain tours, for example of the Breithorn, Castor, or starting point for skiing on the Theodulgletscher. In January or February temperatures to -35 ° C are not uncommon. In the summer it is often barely warmer than about 5 ° C. Webcam Zermatt Klein Matterhorn.
This Weather Webcam is located in San Francisco
During the dot-com boom of the late 1990s, large numbers of entrepreneurs and computer software professionals moved into the city of San Francisco and the adjacent Silicon Valley. Prices in the once poorer neighborhoods skyrocketed and the social landscape there changed notably. Not so weathy people had to move away because they could no longer afford the high rents. Nowadays San Francisco has the smallest share of children of any major U.S. city.
The quality of life in San Francisco remains high and according to several surveys has even improved in the last decade.
You may monitor the weather in San Francisco via our Weather Webcam San Francisco!
This Weather Webcam is located in Giglio Porto
A Dutch salvage firm in cooperation with a specialized Italian company, removed the vessel's 2'400 tonnes of heavy fuel oil. The 15 tanks that contained the fuel in the vessel were emptied first. On February 20th the tanks in the fore of the ship, which had held about two-thirds of the fuel, had been emptied. On 21 February, defueling was suspended because of poor weather conditions.
On March 3rd, specialists cut a hole in the ship for access to the engine room, the location of the remaining fuel. On the morning of 12 March, defueling operations resumed.
In the night from Monday 16th to Tuesday 17th of September 2013 The shipwreck was successfully erected. In the course of spring/summer 2014 it will be refloated by giant inflatable buoys and then tugged away. The recovery is the largest ever ventured.
You can monitor the salvage operation of the Costa Concordia on our Webcam Giglio Costa Concordia!