Time-lapse Videos from the Lantana Sky & Weather Camera

2020-11-24:(NO AUDIO) A line of evening storms passes through Dallas/Fort Worth on November 24, 2020. This line had a tornado which did damage in Arlington. Video length is just under 1.5 minutes (60x time lapse).

2020-08-29: Clouds try to form storms in Lantana, TX on 2020-08-29. Sped up 60X so one minute passes in 1 second. This was the hottest day of the year so far at 106°F (@ DFW airport) and record high heat (the previous record high was 105°F in 1943 and 1951). Video length is just under 2 minutes.

2020-03-19: A line of storms roll into Lantana, TX on 2020-03-19. Sped up 20X so one minute passes in 3 seconds. The video is about 9 minutes but first 3-4 minutes are the best. The sun comes out again at the end.

2019-10-20: A line of storms roll into Lantana, TX late on 2019-10-20 as a cold front movies in. Earlier in the day there were 9 confirmed tornadoes in the DFW area. 5 minutes.

2019-06-19: [same as below but 20x instead of 10x] Storm rolls into Lantana on 2019-06-19, TX with severe winds while people run for cover. 20x time-lapse with NO AUDIO. 2 minutes.

2019-06-19: [same as above but 10x instead of 20x] Storm rolls into Lantana on 2019-06-19, TX with severe winds while people run for cover. 10x time-lapse with NO AUDIO. 4 minutes.

2018-10-25:The above is my fourth and currently favorite time lapse (because of the clouds) with my new Lantana sky and weather cam. There are some very nice clouds in the in this time-lapse that eventually give way to some blue skies.

2018-10-23:The above is my third time lapse with my new Lantana sky and weather cam. There are some very nice clouds in the morning in this time-lapse. The time lapse starts in the early morning due to some technical issues I am still working out.

2018-10-21:The above is my second time lapse with my new Lantana sky and weather cam. There are some very nice blue skies in this time-lapse. There are also some missing stills due to some bugs I was still working out (particularly in the 8 AM hour).

2018-10-20: The above is the first time-lapse video I made from images captured on 2018-10-20. It was mostly a learning experience and it starts a little after 8 AM due to some bugs I was still working out throughout the day. There may also be some missing frames and one frame is way too dark because I was still making some camera image adjustments.