The big 2016 blizzard, called “Winter Storm Jonas” by the Weather Channel and “Snowzilla” or “Snowpocalypse” by others, is already stirring things up in the northeast. With blizzard watches and warnings issued and states of emergency already declared, this winter storm could be one of the biggest in recorded history. The video posted above is a livestream from Brooklyn, New York.
Below are more livestreams set up by people in the affected regions. Some livestreams may go down periodically, but we’ll keep updating this post as we find more.
The first livestream is of the seawall in New Jersey, where flooding and high winds could be moving in:
Next is a live shot from Maryland, where the blizzard could get really bad:
This ustream is just labeled “Blizzard Cam.” It’s not clear where this is from though:
This next livestream shows snow falling in Springfield:
And next is a livestream of snowfall on the Capitol in Washington, D.C., taken from the Speaker’s balcony:
A new livestream has recently been posted from a personal weather station in Haymarket, Virginia. In this stream, you can see a ruler that helps indicate how much snow has fallen:
Here are a few more livestreams that don’t have access to embedding, but you might still want to catch them:
See more videos of the blizzard here: