We skinned up to the Pisa weather station to fix the snow depth and pressure sensors and install a new webcam at the site. Luckily, a couple of new wires, a fresh battery, and Todd's superb tinkering skills did the trick to get the sensors back up and running after a month of being offline. Prior to the snow depth sensor going out in August, the station recorded a whopping 53 cm of solid form H2O on the ground. By the time it was working again, only 13 cm remained! We hope that some of you took advantage of that peak accumulation period... The new webcam updates every 5 minutes between 6 am and 7 pm so that you can now watch the snow melt in (almost) real time!
You can access all of the station stats here.
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