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Web camera Regional District of Kitimat–Stikine, British Columbia, Canada - View of the British Columbia Highway 37 between the towns - Stewart & Hyder

Views 401
Region North America / Canada
Temperature -3.4°C (25.8°F)
Time 2022-12-04 00:18:50 (AKST)
Coordinates 55°55'40.4'' N / -130°0'24.6'' W
Source https://www2.gov.bc.ca/
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Additional info
Stewart is a district municipality at the head of the Portland Canal in northwestern British Columbia, Canada, near the Alaskan panhandle. In 2011, its population was about 494.
Hyder is a census-designated place in Prince of Wales-Hyder Census Area, Alaska, United States. The population was 87 at the 2010 census, down from 97 in 2000. Hyder is accessible by road only from Stewart, British Columbia, is popular with motorists wishing to visit Alaska without driving the length of the Alaska Highway, and is otherwise landlocked. It is the southernmost community in the state that can be reached via car. Hyder is Alaska's easternmost town.
The Stewart–Cassiar Highway, also known as the Dease Lake Highway and the Stikine Highway as well as the Terrace–Kitimat Highway from Kitimat to Terrace, is the northwesternmost highway in the Canadian province of British Columbia. A scenic route through some of the province's most isolated areas, the highway first gained designation as British Columbia Highway 37 in the year 1975. At that time, its southern terminus was at the community of New Hazelton on the BC Highway 16. In 1975, with the completion of a new bridge over the Kitimat River, the highway's Yellowhead junction was relocated to a point on Highway 16 just south of the site of Kitwanga. Highway 37 was then extended south to Kitimat in 1986 superseding what was then designated Highway 25. At the north end, the highway briefly stretches into the Yukon, becoming Yukon Highway 37.
Weather
Temperature:
Humidity:
Pressure:
-3.4°C (25.8°F)
76%
1028hPa
Wind speed:
2.4m/s
Wind gust:
NE (52°)
Rain (last 3h):
0.0mm
Snow (last 3h):
0.0mm
Temp. min.:
-3.4°C (25.8°F)
Temp. max.:
-3.4°C (25.8°F)
Sunrise:
07:51
Sunset:
15:09
Moonrise:
13:48
Moonset:
03:48
Clouds:
1%
UV index:
0.3
04.12 03:00

-3.2°C (26.2°F)
1% 2.6m/s

clear sky
04.12 06:00

-2.5°C (27.5°F)
1% 3.1m/s

clear sky
04.12 09:00

-0.3°C (31.5°F)
3% 3.2m/s

clear sky
04.12 12:00

4.1°C (39.5°F)
1% 2.9m/s

clear sky
04.12 15:00

0.4°C (32.7°F)
1% 3.4m/s

clear sky
05.12 03:00

-1.8°C (28.8°F)
6% 2.8m/s

clear sky
05.12 15:00

-3.8°C (25.2°F)
3% 0.7m/s

clear sky
06.12 03:00

-3.3°C (26.0°F)
100% 1.0m/s

light snow
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