Hurricane Irma slammed the Florida Keys, and now Monroe County officials have told evacuees not to return until further notice. The hurricane is then turned to the Florida coast, where it brought dangerous conditions to all of the state and landed as a Category 2. If you’re still wanting to keep an eye on Irma’s progress on September 11, these live stream feeds will help. First, above, is a constantly streaming live radar feed of Irma’s location, from The Washington Post. (To see more local web cam live streams as the hurricane arrives in Florida, see Heavy’s story here.)
Below are more local and national news feeds, reporting live on Monday, Sept. 11, sharing Irma’s location and projected path in real time as it changes. Some of these feeds may periodically go down. We will keep this post updated with new streams as needed.
Next is a live radar feed showing different streams including audio from the Texas Navy Dispatch, a map of Irma, and web cams from areas in the Hurricane’s path. A webcam from Key West, Florida in the upper right corner is currently down.
Millions have evacuated from their homes in Florida, fleeing the hurricane’s path. So far, about two million businesses and residences have lost power in south Florida.
The storm is currently predicted to journey up Florida’s western coastline, bringing life-threatening storm surges to certain parts of the west coast. Even those not in the direct path may still feel the storm’s effects, since hurricane force winds extend 80 miles from the center and tropical storm force winds extend 220 miles out.
Here is a feed from different news sources discussing Irma:
Here is a FOX feed on Irma:
Next is a live feed from local WPTV News in West Palm Beach:
And live coverage from Fox 4 in Fort Myers, Florida:
And a feed from ABC:
And here’s a stream from local Bay News:
Watch web cams live in Florida below: