Here is a permanent link where you can see the beaches of the eastern U.S. on various webcams. This list was last updated 8/25/11 for Hurricane Irene. If you have additional cams for this list message me on Facebook. Read my current blog entries and like my Facebook Page for additional information about coastal storms, Nor'easters, and hurricanes, such as wind gusts & waves.
DISCLAIMERS: These cams are not operated by AccuWeather.com and may be go offline due to high web traffic and power outages. Some corporate firewalls may block the camera images.
Indian River, DE
Here are some links to beach webcams, listed south to north. Some cameras will be down. If you have additional cameras that are not listed, please Facebook me.
TURKS & CAICOS:
DELAWARE & MARYLAND:
Indian River, DE et.al.
Also check out Surfline.com which has surf cams up and down the coast (too many to mention here). The Maryland & Virginia D.O.T.'s have cams too, which could get interesting with flooding but don't offer any beach or bridge views that I could see.
The damage from the Moore, Okla., tornado of May 20, 2013, is incredible. These radar loops show the immensity of the tragic storm.
When I saw that Google had created a 30-year satellite time-lapse of Earth, I knew where the most impressive weather-related animations would be.
Whatever you call them -- "Ice Needling," "Ice Surges," or "Ice Shoves," or "Ice Heaves" -- a phenomenon that I first blogged about in 2009 is back -- with a vengeance!
17 years ago on this date, while I was taking my freshman exams at UNCA, a "cut-off" low was rumored to dump 57" of snow at nearby Mount Pisgah... but is that reading reliable?
Tornado reports and warnings are down for 2013 so far, and the last 12 months, but what about severe-thunderstorm-warned areas and lightning strikes?
The last two weeks have featured no less than four storm days, one with four storms, here in Central Pennsylvania and I've taken some neat pictures.