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.
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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 extreme rain continues today, with the Carolinas in the cross-hairs. This one could be a 1,000 year event.
Hurricane Joaquin rapidly strengthened into a monster storm overnight -- this changes everything.
Will Hurricane Joaquin be the next "Isabel" or "Sandy?" Does it even matter?
It's not a matter of "if" but "where" the flooding footage you'll see on the news later this week will be from.
There's much chatter in the meteorological community about the European model this afternoon, but how does Superstorm Sandy compare to this storm?
Typhoon Dujuan has razed the Ryuku Islands in Japan with 181-mph winds, which comes close to a record.