7 Best Hurricane Sandy ‘Storm Cams’ (Video)

You’ve stocked up on groceries and located your flashlight. Now it’s time to watch Hurricane Sandy make landfall. From Coney Island to Ocean City, watch live streams of the storm as it barrels up the East Coast.

10.29.12 7:41 PM ET

Times Square, N.Y.

A camera overlooking the pedestrian walkways of Times Square captures the few brave New Yorkers passing through. Broadway might be dark, but the lights and screens—and perhaps a few tourists—are hanging on. 

Coney Island, N.Y.

The Brooklyn beach and amusement park is bracing itself for a different kind of cyclone today. Watch as Sandy moves in on the eerily deserted attractions.

Seaside Heights, N.J.

The tumultuous conditions captured in this Jersey shore stream are terrifying enough to keep even Snooki away. New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie warned residents to “keep calm” despite the worsening weather.

Brooklyn Bridge, N.Y.

A few bold drivers still zoom across the bridge, while the Holland Tunnel and Brooklyn-Battery Tunnel closed Monday afternoon. 

Ocean City, Md.

This shaky image captures a drawbridge on Maryland’s highway U.S. 50, with ominous water slushing along the sides of the bridge and not a car in sight. 

Point Pleasant, N.J.

This storm cam, courtesy of The Telegraph, shows huge waves smacking the New Jersey beach. In the stream, power lines and a flag pole shake back and forth in the strong winds. 

Williamsburg, Virginia

This view from the Kimball Theater shows a waterlogged Colonial Williamsburg. Check it out while you can: the feed ends at dusk, perhaps when the historical town battens down the hatches—literally.