Current Weather @ 12:45 PM Clear skies Temp 66.1º Humidity 19% Winds ENE 5.0mph Max Gust 12.0mph
Todays Extremes High 66.3º Low 30.1º Rain 0.00" Rain Rate 0.000" per hr Snow 0.00" Season 0"
LATEST ALERTS (whats this?)
None at this time
Welcome
Username:

Password:


Remember me

[ ]
[ ]
ROADS AND TRAFFIC
Updated: 12:30 PM v2.1
Big Bear to Highland (330): 42 mins  
Highland to Big Bear (330): 44 mins  
Big Bear to Redlands  (38): 65 mins  
Redlands to Big Bear  (38): 67 mins  
Big Bear to Lucerne    (18): 35 mins  
Lucerne to Big Bear    (18): 36 mins  
=Light  =Moderate  =Heavy Traffic
Road Conditions Page: Click Here
Online
Guests: 485, Members: 11 ...
Dave™
Minka
Hugereilly
Mtnjp
BusterBrown
REBB
Quakes🦊
SrRaceFan
robk (K6RBK)
HazMatMind
ButlerPeakFire

most ever online: 1740
(Members: 37, Guests: 1703) on Feb 22 : 08:23am

Members: 5637
Newest member: Nana Bear
SUPPORT SCM!
Support SCM by making a single or recurring donation.

Member's Birthdays:
No birthdays today

Upcoming Birthdays:
Oct 23 Abner
Oct 23 VanillaFace
Oct 26 mommaj
Oct 27 dale333esr
Oct 27 jellybelly
Oct 28 SDGrandma
Forums
Socalmountains.com :: Forums :: FIRE DISCUSSION
<< Previous thread | Next thread >>   

AlertWildFire Cameras Come To Big Bear

Author Post
©ammy ⭐
Fri Sep 20 2019, 11:39AM Email Thread Print View


Joined: Sat Aug 19 2006, 06:01PM
:
Posts: 13055
AlertWildfire.org and Big Bear Mountain Resorts have partnered to bring several fire cameras to the Big Bear area. These cameras act like virtual fire lookouts in that they're located on high places with great views of the surrounding area. The cameras can be panned, tilted and zoomed to locations to look for smoke from fires. The first Big Bear camera went live this morning: [Click Here]
It's the very first camera in the thumbnail view of cameras: Bear Peak South.

For those not familiar with AlertWildfire cameras, if you click on the image above the words "Bear Peak South", that will bring that camera view up in the large image at the top left of the page. If you right click on that large image, you can view a time lapse from that camera. On the upper right side of the page, you'll see a map view with a shaded triangle showing the area where the camera is looking at the moment. This camera is located on Bear Peak (for the skiers/snowboarders, it's the top of Geronimo). Over the coming weeks, we'll be installing many more cameras at both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit.
Back to top
Polar Orbit
Fri Sep 20 2019, 02:16PM
Registered Member #14051
Joined: Thu Mar 16 2017, 06:32PM
:
Posts: 213
Can the robot put that link up on the main menu?

Don't blame me! I was left unsupervised!
Back to top
Juliann
Sat Sep 21 2019, 10:46AM

Registered Member #97
Joined: Sun Oct 29 2006, 04:32PM
:
Posts: 920
©ammy ⭐ wrote ...

AlertWildfire.org and Big Bear Mountain Resorts have partnered to bring several fire cameras to the Big Bear area. These cameras act like virtual fire lookouts in that they're located on high places with great views of the surrounding area. The cameras can be panned, tilted and zoomed to locations to look for smoke from fires. The first Big Bear camera went live this morning: [Click Here]
It's the very first camera in the thumbnail view of cameras: Bear Peak South.

For those not familiar with AlertWildfire cameras, if you click on the image above the words "Bear Peak South", that will bring that camera view up in the large image at the top left of the page. If you right click on that large image, you can view a time lapse from that camera. On the upper right side of the page, you'll see a map view with a shaded triangle showing the area where the camera is looking at the moment. This camera is located on Bear Peak (for the skiers/snowboarders, it's the top of Geronimo). Over the coming weeks, we'll be installing many more cameras at both Bear Mountain and Snow Summit.


Thanks for this information, Cammy!
Back to top
©ammy ⭐
Fri Oct 04 2019, 02:59PM


Joined: Sat Aug 19 2006, 06:01PM
:
Posts: 13055
3 more cameras were just added to the page! [Click Here]
The camera named Bear Peak South2 rotates every few seconds to provide a 360 degree view from the top of Bear Peak/Geronimo and is located right next to the other AlertWildfire camera we installed up there a few weeks back.
The Bear Peak North camera is also at the top of Bear Peak/Geronimo and looks over the Big Bear Valley from about the dam to Sugarloaf Mountain.
The Bear Mtn South camera is located right next to Ben's San Gorgonio Wilderness cam: [Click Here]

Next up on the install list are some cameras over at Snow Summit!
Back to top
Polar Orbit
Fri Oct 04 2019, 06:58PM
Registered Member #14051
Joined: Thu Mar 16 2017, 06:32PM
:
Posts: 213
Great, and some really nice sunset shots right now, about 7 PM.

Don't blame me! I was left unsupervised!
Back to top
BBNona
Mon Oct 07 2019, 06:31PM

bbnona
Registered Member #11202
Joined: Thu Oct 30 2014, 08:27PM
:
Posts: 194
This is so cool! Thx @cammy

Ss

Back to top

Moderators: Craig ⭐, ©ammy ⭐, Lumber Jill ⭐, Mtngoat John⭐, Deb Doodah⭐, SCM ALERT🚨, Benny ⭐, Socalmountains Admin, ⚡WX ALERT⚡

Jump:     Back to top

Powered by e107 Forum System
Chatbox
You must be logged in to post comments on this site - please either log in or if you are not registered click here to signup


RvnNtheSnw
Oct 22 : 10:54am
We’ve had plenty of birds down in Crestline. Now that a lot of the migratory birds have moved on, it’s all but hatches, stellar jays, and a bunch of flickers hitting the suet. Our squirrel population hasn’t rebounded after that die off from years ago. We did get to watch a mom and her babies grow up this year. Now chipmunks, that’s another issue. We have dozens on our back hill. I wish they’d eat the acorns that are raining down on the house.

Between ⭐️S
Oct 21 : 09:17pm
My wife has noticed a lack of birds at her feeders the past month. It all started when she spotted a hawk sitting on the neighbors fence, a few feet from the feeders. Except for that day, I don't think it is connected.

Minka
Oct 21 : 07:14pm
Thank you! 👍🏻

SCM ALERT🚨
Oct 21 : 06:42pm
Go here and click on "New Thread" [Click Here]

Minka
Oct 21 : 06:41pm
What do I click on to post a classifed ad? 🤔

SCM ALERT🚨
Oct 21 : 06:41pm
TYPE: TRAFFIC ACCIDENT AREA: SAN BERNARDINO N G ST / W 5TH ST - SBOC X UNITS: MT221 ME92 AMR32

More Info: Click Here
Live Scanner: Click Here

SCM ALERT🚨
Oct 21 : 06:31pm
Live Rescue is on scene of the Little Mtn Fire on A&E.

SCM ALERT🚨
Oct 21 : 06:19pm
Little Mtn Fire South Of Csusb Now At Approx 17 Acres Burned, Unfortunately 3 Homes Have Been Lost. This Fire Poses No Threat To The Sbd Mountains. Units On Scene With Water Dropping Helicopter(s) Are Gaining The Upper Hand. Smoke May Be Visible In The Area! More Info: [Click Here]

Hugereilly
Oct 21 : 05:17pm
Cap'n ! HIB must be holding them. Probably holding the squirrels too!

mountainart
Oct 21 : 04:32pm
to you two guys having fun teasing each other about driving, I'll join you for a spicy drive on arctic circle in one of my SFA Squarebody Suburbans....... our friends with newer subs cant keep up. Solid axles and stiff springing make it feel literally like you are on railroad tracks. Of course straightaways are another matter with only 190 hp and 6k pounds

Cap'n Crunch
Oct 21 : 04:01pm
HIB, I have two Black Oaks and my yard is covered with acorns. In addition to my resident gray squirrel and chipmunks, the acorns have attracted a family of raccoons, but I don't think it connects to the birds. I could be wrong though...

NShore.Allen
Oct 21 : 03:31pm
Road Alert! Traffic control on Arctic circle Thursday and Friday..

[Click Here]


holeinbow
Oct 21 : 03:10pm
Some friends hiked glory ridge last week and were commenting on how many acorns there are down lower, could that be where theyve gone?

Casadelgado
Oct 21 : 03:08pm
Benny, I just ckd and my feeder is empty again. I think they like my new feeder. Will take a picture and send it to you. Also had to get a water moat to keep the ants off.

JohnM
Oct 21 : 01:54pm
yikes!



(C)2002-2018 Socalmountains.com
All Rights Reserved
Privacy Policy Terms of Service
Contact Us

{THEMEDISCLAIMER}