Meteorology Camera - Live from Salt Lake City

Live movie of the last 24 hours

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3 Salt Lake Air Quality


Clean Air Flier 2009

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In Jan. 2007, Salt Lake City had more than 20 days with dangerously poor air quality.
Jan. 20 - 31, 2007 saw 11 days of smog between storms. Watch as the city disappears under a nasty brown haze:

5Jan 20-31 (60 sec, 12 Mb)
1Jan 26 - 27 (40 sec, 8 Mb)


Clean Air Flier 2008

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Click on the image below to view photos of good and bad air days from January 2008.

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Movie Archives

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Sept. 23, 2007 Thunderstorms (20 sec, 8 Mb)

April 23, 2007 Storms & Tornado (30 sec, 12 Mb)

April 23, 2007 Tornado Detail (4 sec, 5 Mb)

Jan. 08, 2007 (20 sec, 6 Mb)

Dec. 11, 2006 (20 sec, 6 Mb)

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