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10 places to watch the hurricane online
Watch this record-breaking hurricane from the comfort of your computer chair.
Whether or not Hurricane Sandy is blowing through your neck of the woods, it will still affect your life. Experts are already calling it “one for the record books,” a piece of history in the making.
The already enormous cyclone strengthened Monday, giving the Category 1 storm potential to be one of the worst of our time. If you’re interested in watching Sandy storm up the coast while breaking records, try looking online.
Here’s a list of various formal news and webcam views you can follow—at least for now. A previously available webcam, Jersey Shore’s Cape May, was taken down by the storm early Monday morning.
This Earthcam focuses on one of our most iconic landmarks. While it will be difficult to access the damage solely from this viewpoint, it gives viewers an idea of the conditions.
7) Live webcam of Virginia Beach boardwalk
10) Sandy has reached Atlantic City
Photo via Statue of Liberty webcam
Lauren Rae Orsini is a web culture reporter who specializes in anime and the business of fandom. Her work has been published by Forbes and Business Insider.