CHEYENNE, Wyo. (AP) — Wyoming has installed webcams at its Boysen and Glendo state parks.

The Wyoming state parks division says the webcams will allow people to see current weather conditions and water levels at the two parks. If needed, they can be used to help search and rescue efforts.

During the summer months, the webcams will take up to five pictures every 15 minutes and broadcast them to the respective parks' websites.

The webcams can be accessed by visiting the state parks and cultural resources web page and clicking on the state parks and historic sites tab. There will be a webcam link on the page.