Live Webcams of Areas Affected by Hurricane Sandy
Despite being downgraded to a tropical storm, Sandy is still very dangerous, with sustained winds up to 85 mph in places. In many locations, however, the cleanup work has begun, the birds have returned to flight, and commuters are carefully getting to work.
Finding working webcams that show, real-time, the strength of the onslaught are getting easier; however, many cams still have lost power.
Technorati will continue to locate working live streams that fall within the current track of the storm, and embed them here. If you know of any others that provide higher definition live content, please share them in the comments. More live streaming links will be added throughout the day after the embeds, and if your favorites have disappeared from here, it's likely due to the cameras losing their feeds.
Here's a stream from Elicott City, Maryland:
This is a Brooklyn, NY-based stream.
Here's a live stream from Lynn, Massachusetts.
Here's one from the Point in Annapolis, Maryland. Very calm now...
Here's live coverage at the Weather Channel online.
Pennsylvania: Here's a link to one at State College. It's much more inland, and ought to be viewed later, when the storm has come more onshore. It'll be a good indication of how much Hurricane Sandy decreases in intensity after coming onshore.Continued on the next page