[UPDATE: To see the latest live streams about Harvey and flooding, visit Heavy’s story here.]
Hurricane Harvey made landfall in Texas around 10 p.m. Central as a Category 4 Hurricane over Rockport, leaving extreme damage in its wake. It has since been downgraded to a tropical storm, but still brings the threat of dangerous flooding. We have a series of live hurricane radars, livestream feeds, and webcams from people in the area to let you watch the storm as it continues nearly stalling in Texas, bringing fears of flooding to south central Texas. Live streams include Corpus Christi, Austin, San Antonio, Houston, and more.
These feeds could go up and down periodically due to power outages and storm damage, or they may switch from being a live stream to a rewatchable video, but we will keep updating this post periodically as the storm progresses. We will also add more feeds for other cities as the storm’s path continues.
The live stream above is from the seawall in Galveston. It’s compliments of Peacock Media.
Here are more live streams you might want to see.
Live Stream from San Antonio
San Antonio may be facing quite a bit of rain. Here’s live stream news coverage:
And here’s a live stream from a home in San Antonio:
Live Stream from Austin
Austin is anticipated to get quite a bit of rain from this storm. Christopher Spitler provided a live stream from his South Austin home.
A back yard in Austin, waiting for rain.
And another live view from an Austin home.
Videos from Rockport
Many videos were shared from storm chasers including Jeff Piotrowski, an Emmy award winning storm chaser, who livestreamed from within the eye of the storm in Rockport, Texas. Many of the Rockport live streams have since been taken down, but relive some of the moments in these videos below:
Live Stream & Videos from Corpus Christi
Here’s a live stream from Coprus Christi:
The rest of the Corpus streams in this section are no longer live, but you can watch them to relive what happened.
Here’s a live stream from storm trackers in Corpus Christi and Port O’Connor. They streamed until about midnight and then streamed for a few hours in the morning. Here are their videos.
Youtube Channel HurricaneTrack has two remotely operated cameras, one in Corpus Christi and one in Portland. The live stream below was one of their last, and hopefully they will add another one soon. Check their channel for a new one.
Next up, below is a live stream from a Corpus Christi home, showing the view from several angles. At times you can see his dogs outside, playing, while the residents went out to try to bring the dogs back inside. This stream has been concluded, but you can rewatch below and check Joseph Gonzales’ YouTube channel for a new one.
Galveston Stream & Videos
The Galveston live streams in this section below are no longer live, but we will add a new one if we find it. You can relive what happened by watching the videos below.
Next up, a live stream from PBS showed Galveston beach. PBS is no longer running a live stream, but you can rewatch the old one here:
And here’s a livestream (now ended) from a surf cam showing people walking around in the storm, compliments of ABC15. Both streams are now done, though you can rewatch them from the beginning.
And here’s a surf cam from Harvey, compliments of ABC 15. It’s no longer live, but it gives you another good perspective.
And a live stream from Murdoch’s, by Elthib Live Events, no longer running:
And a compilation of Galveston feeds is below. These were originally streamed live, but now are also down:
Livestreams from Houston
Here’s a live stream of Lake Houston:
Next up is a web cam from Jersey Village near Houston. Andrew Mitcham put this online and said it was a live stream of his street from the security camera. This one is still live:
And here’s another live stream from a house in Houston:
And a live stream from a front yard in Houston Meyerland.
And a live feed from Brazoria County in Pearland:
And a view from downtown Houston:
Other Live Streams
Meanwhile, if you’re worried about power outages, this handy website will be monitoring power outages in Texas.
We’ll conclude this live stream with a stream from NBC of Harvey’s current radar and location: