Webcams on Sandy

Coastal views capture the superstorm streaming inland

By Natasha Lennard

Published October 29, 2012 2:28PM (EDT)

 Entrance into North Wildwood, NJ (via Twitter user Trudi Gilfillian)
Entrance into North Wildwood, NJ (via Twitter user Trudi Gilfillian)

As with so many major news events these days, this storm will not only be televised, but tweeted, Instagramed and brought to you second by second via livestream.

A series of webcams along the East coast offer a variety of views from which to watch Sandy barreling inland. A few striking views to keep an eye on.

New York Harbor

From Lady Liberty's viewpoint, looking on to Downtown Manhattan

Coney Island

Far Rockaways

USS Intrepid (Manhattan)

The Jersey Shore (Point Pleasant)

Virginia Beach Boardwalk

Meanwhile independent videographer Tim Pool, known for his protest livestreams, will be filming from New York throughout the day. Here's a video he filmed early this morning from the evacuated Zone A in Downtown Manhattan:

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Natasha Lennard is an assistant news editor at Salon, covering non-electoral politics, general news and rabble-rousing. Follow her on Twitter @natashalennard, email

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