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It is located 3,400 feet up Mount Oso in California, attached to a radio antenna mast about 20 feet above the ground.
Four images are captured every day, 5 minutes apart, starting at approximately 5 minutes before sunrise. Therefore, the first image is
5 minutes before sunrise, the second image should be the actual sunrise and images 3 and 4 are at 5 and 10 minutes after sunrise.
The dates that are marked in bold are days that have comments associated with them.
The weather data is downloaded from weather.com at sunrise every day.
This is the same time that the images are captured, so you can get an idea of the weather conditions that
the camera was experiencing while it was taking the photographs.
It is important to remember that the weather data displayed on each page is NOT the current conditions.
It is the conditions at the time the images were taken.