See current weather conditions at airports around the state.
Alaska Cruise Ship Bridgecams
Live views from many ships, posted on a single page. You'll see Alaska on these cams in the summer, views of warm ports in the winter.
Anchorage - KTUU-TV
The Alaska Cam, located on the 4th floor of the Alaska Building, looks east on 4th Avenue at G Street in downtown Anchorage.
Anchorage - Lake Hood
The Alaska Airmen's Association has a cam looking over the world's largest float plane base - updates seem to Be irregular.
Barrow Sea Ice Webcam
This cam looks NNW over the landfast ice (or coastal ocean during the ice-free period in summer) from atop the ASRC building in downtown Barrow.
Alaska Marine Lines has 12 webcams on the docks at Seattle, Sitka, Juneau, Skayway, Ketchikan, Whittier and Skagway, all posted on one page.
Gakona - HAARP Cam
A view of the Ionospheric Research Instrument antenna system at the HAARP site (High Frequency Active Auroral Research Program).
Downtown, looking northeast.
Downtown, looking northwest.
Looking southeast over the harbor.
Juneau - Mendenhall Glacier
A camera mounted in the observation room of the visitor center takes a picture every 5 minutes.
KFSK radio has a cam with a great view of Wrangell Narrows and the background mountains.
Major Marine Tours has a neat cam that rotates across through 120 degrees each hour - refreshed once a minute.
This cam, located on the Troutte Center office building downtown, shows a broad harbour and mountain view. Refreshes every 15 seconds.
Positioned atop city hall in downtown Sitka, this view overlooks Japonski Channel in the foreground and Japonski Island and Mt. Edgecumbe in the distance.
This view is from the WP&YR train depot towards the harbor.
Skagway: South Klondike Highway - Fraser, BC
Two cams broadcast from the Canada Customs post - east across Bernard Lake, and south down the highway.
Skagway: South Klondike Highway - White Pass Summit
This elaborate Alaska RWIS site has 6 webcams and full weather information.
Check out the current conditions at the ferry terminal on Prince William Sound.
There are also cameras looking across to the oil terminal, and over part of