AntiguaDailyPhoto and ClimaYa joined forces to launch the Antigua Skycam weather station, the first of its kind in Guatemala. The Antigua Skycam is a weather station that takes a picture every five minutes during daylight hours, about 30 minutes before sunrise and 30 minutes after sunset, and keeps track of several weather measurements every single minute, including the most obvious, the temperature. On top of that, a time-lapsed video is generated at the end of the day with every single photo and temperature of the day.
In my humble of opinion, the best thing about the Antigua Skycam weather station is the pictures taken every five minutes from such a strategic location with the Southwestern view of Agua, Fuego and Acatenango. Of course, this is because I am a photographer. On the other hand, Norman Avila of ClimaYa thinks the weather station is the best thing about the Antigua Skycam, especially today as we reached 0C/32F in the valley of Panchoy, Antigua Guatemala pues, for the first time in about ten years, more or less since I have been keeping an eye on the temperatures. But, heck what can you expect of an engineer, they excited with data. 😉
Okay, so how do you access and watch the Antigua Skycam? On the web, point your browser to http://bsky.co/e/jpxnrKmnqZKkqZmp or you can download the Bloomsky App for iOS or Android and favourite the Antigua Skycam so you can see the latest picture or watch the time-lapsed video of the day and wish you were here!
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