Here is a permanent link where you can see the beaches of the eastern U.S. on various webcams. This list was last updated 9/24/2014. 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.
DELAWARE & MARYLAND:
Indian River, DE (Multiple)
--<Ocean City, MD #1-->
Ocean City, MD #2 (Multiple)
TURKS & CAICOS:
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 flooding situation in China continues to worsen and it may now be the second-worst disaster to ever hit the nation.
This week is the 20-year anniversary of Hurricane Bertha, and I met her at the coast of North Carolina.
Here's a public service announcement poster I've created to ensure that kids are being "thunderstorm safe" with Pokemon GO.
On Friday evening, a line of severe thunderstorms knocked down hundreds of trees and cut power to Wilkes County, NC.
Fifteen years ago, residents in the Southeast had no idea that Tropical Storm Allison would go on a nine-state rampage, flooding communities for over two weeks before finally moving out to sea.
We had a small heat burst last night in Bradford, Pennsylvania, when a collapsing thunderstorm sent the temperature up by 5 degrees around midnight.