We have a snowstorm in Montreal and I'm just about to get the snowblower out and try to clear the drive and also clear a space for the dog to poop in the back garden. So nice to watch the live cam and dream of warmer days walking through Blackpool.
Oh dear... the wind blowing salty substances directly into the camera is no doubt why at present (Friday PM) the view is now too fuzzy and blurred. Unfortunately heavy winds are forecast for much of Saturday as well so little chance the view will improve for a day or two. All the more a pity as half term begins, the piers re-open and Blackpool sparks back into life for the next two weeks.
Compared to the camera on 42nd street in the USA this is bland.Blackpool could do with a moving cam up near the pleasure beach and Towe
This camera isn't doing anything for Blackpool. It looks dark and cool when in fact as I look out of my window is a beautiful sunny day.
Where are you Tony??
Plenty of vintage trams out this weekend and if you're in Blackpool today, it's open day at the Winter Gardens... well worth exploring though suspect like last year, it'll be rather busy.
Even in summer ,Blackpool is a cold miserable place
Blackpool has been absolutely miserable this month. Though nowhere near as cold as where Tony is, most days have been grey, damp, cold and windy giving Blackpool a rather bleak vibe.
Sorry that should say goodness, ( elderly moment) :)x
Oh my good Tony shepherd, where on earth are you. Keep warm and safe :)x
Blackpool looks wet and cool, but nothing like we had on the weekend here. Temperature was -25c then add the wind chill, it felt like -35c with 2 inches of snow which we have not had much of this winter so far.
This weekend , (19 and 20 January 2019), is The Royal Pigeon Racing Association show of the year at The Winter Gardens.
Nice view of Blackpool, looking calm and quiet today. Am starting to think about our next holiday.
Looks like a nice bright and breezy day today :) Personally I like the position of the cam, gives a lovely view of the front, passing trams and the sea.