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Not only did they let you upload webcams to them (or have them grab it from a URL), they also offered daily archives of all of your weather cam images. A large number of those, of course, are probably inactive, and many are copies of cameras from existing websites, and webcam-crawling sites like Webcams. I ran one of the first personal online cams in 1996 and one of the first online weather webcams in 1997. If you need help with any of these or are interested in exploring other options, or drop me an email at 1.As of today, they listed over 17,190 international weather webcams and 11,390 U. Travel, which used to be available in Google Maps but was dropped by them a few years ago. Of course, I'm asking Accu Weather if this is something they'd support, but in the meantime, although Weather Underground didn't list any alternatives for free/inexpensive hosting, people with weather cameras still have some options, depending on whether you FTP'd your camera to them, or had them grab it from a URL. Use a FREE webcam hosting service like webcam.io, which not only hosts and serves up your images, but produces timelapses, has overlays, and other neat features.
The only thing you need to do is to set the password ofyour camera.ORIGINAL BLOG 11/18/2017: In a shock to the weather enthusiast community, Weather Underground discontinued their webcam upload and archive service today, after a 10-year run.All functionality and images will be deleted on December 15, 2017.If you really can't find an alternative, I am hosting low-traffic cameras on my Weather Watchers website, for some of the folks in the Pennsylvania Weather Watchers group on Facebook, and for some of my old friends in North Carolina (places I've lived). The world biggest directory of online surveillance security cameras.(If you need help creating a static file name from a dated name, click here). have had been reviewing one of their devices for several years.
It's pretty neat, but I will say that I have had trouble connecting them to Wifi (they require a specific frequency that Xfinity routers don't allow), and I have had two AC adapters and/or Bloom Sky devices fail on me, so I'm concerned about their reliability. Host it from your Internet connection: It's not rocket science to figure out how to host an image or a live stream from your webcam on your own Internet connection, especially if your webcam has a web page showing the stream (then you just need to "port forward" it through your router). Use web hosting: This is what I do, and this gives you the most control.
Camera FTP is another option but I have not reviewed them. Use a FREE webcam crawler site: If your camera's image is already hosted at a URL, or a static image is available via an IP address accessible from the outside world, but you'd rather another other website foot the bandwidth and archives, you can use a site like Look (part of Webcams. They will archive your webcam hourly for the last 24 hours, daily for the last month, and monthly for the last 12 months, though you'll have to link to their site for the archive.
Webcam is a second place, but they only archive your webcam hourly for the last 24 hours. Bloom Sky is a weather station / webcam combo that uploads to their website, and you can connect it to Wunderground as a webcam as well.
Weather Underground has committed to continuing their webcam upload service, due to negative feedback they received after their announcement.
I hope the links below will still help you in your weather webcam ventures. UPDATE 12/1: I added Bloom Sky as #3 & Camera FTP to #1 below. Travel is considering FTP services, if you are affected by the upcoming outage, take their survey so that Webcams. UPDATE 11/20: I have added an additional provider (Webcam Galore.com) to #2 below.
The free account is limited to one camera, 24-hour archive but they have monthly plans for as little as $5/mo with more features including longer archiving and live streaming.