|Tomorrow Hill Farm|
Grand Junction, Colorado
Organic Farm & Wildlife Area
Information regarding the Grand Valley living experience
Grand Valley Cloud-Cam
Weather & Cloud Pictures Updated Every Minute
Temperature, Humidity & Pressure data Updated Every 5 Minutes
Grand Valley Cloud-Cam seen on channel KJCT News 8 Weather
Windmill View - North with Bookcliffs
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Tomorrow Hill Farm and our Webcams are powered by
Grand Junction Weather Webcams: a community resource
Now New Windmill Weather Cloud-Cam Webcam looks North
Located* in about the middle of the farm on private property the Grand Valley Weather Cloud-Cam looks south to the Colorado National Monument while painting a broad picture of the valley and the beauty of the Colorado Sky. The interaction between the valley's sky, the monument's red cliffs and Colorado's weather create a poetry that envelops the valley's residents. Since 1998 The Grand Valley Weather Cloud-Cam has made this poetry reachable around the world. People who have grown up in the Grand Valley, but whose course in life has take them far away use the webcam to connect to their roots. Our troops all over the world (e.g. Korea, Afghanistan, Iraq, and Europe) can find pleasure looking out their virtual window and feeling closer to home or loved ones. Even some who reside in our valley, that do not have an office with a window, value the virtual view. People from around the world who have considered visiting the Grand Valley have felt confident that their expectations are more valid. Travelers who check the DOT webcams across the I-70 route can then check the weather in Grand Junction via this webcam to aid the judgment for safe travel.
Like the Tomorrow Hill Farm Drinking Fountain, the webcam has become a greatly appreciated community resource.
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Windmill Weather Cloud-Cam North View
*Tomorrow Hill Farm CloudCam -Located near our garden
The Northern CloudCam is attached to the barn