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Hurricane Florence webcams: Where you can watch the storm

The 2nd Ave. Pier in Myrtle Beach, S.C., was closed ahead of the approaching Hurricane Florence.
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The 2nd Ave. Pier in Myrtle Beach, S.C., was closed ahead of the approaching Hurricane Florence.

Forecasters are expecting Hurricane Florence to wallop the southeastern US coastline, and more than 1 million people are under evacuation orders. Officials are warning that the hurricane could become a multiday event as it slows down before making landfall.

Here’s a selection of webcams livestreaming the conditions along beaches and just offshore, as well as a live radar.

Outer Banks, N.C., webcam

A webcam overlooking a beach in Kitty Hawk, N.C., is operated by a vacation rental company.

Frying Pan Tower webcam

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A webcam surveying the ocean from a former Coast Guard Tower 34 miles off the coast of North Carolina.

Emerald Isle, N.C., webcam

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See a livestream of the surf conditions and pier at Emerald Isle in North Carolina. As of Wednesday evening, the surf was already picking up. Here’s a livestream from Bogue Inlet, also on Emerald Isle.

Live radar stream of Hurricane Florence

See the progress of Hurricane Florence on a radar map from WAVY in Norfolk, Virginia.