As Hurricane Michael nears the U.S. coast, some areas are already feeling the storm’s effects. This storm might be one of the strongest Hurricanes to hit the Florida Panhandle. The storm is currently a Category 4. Heavy has a collection of live streams that you can watch as the hurricane approaches, taken from web cams and videos in Florida and other states in the storm’s path. Live streams may go down periodically as the storm approaches, so we will continue looking for new streams as that happens.
The first live stream is from Tallahassee Park. Wabice explains that this stream is a live camera feed from Innovation Park from the Research Foundation Buildings in Tallahassee, Florida. The feed has no sound.
At 10 a.m., Hurricane Michael was located at 29.4 N, 86.0 W according to NOAA, about 60 miles SSW of Panama City, Florida and about 65 miles SW of Apalichicola, Florida. Maximum sustained winds were 145 mph and it was moving NNE or 15 degrees at 14 mph. Its minimum central pressure was 928 MB.
This next stream from Global Weather Sentinel shows a radar and picture-in-picture of Panama City Beach and other locations:
According to NOAA: “Michael is moving toward the north-northeast near 14 mph (22 km/h). A turn toward the northeast is expected this afternoon or tonight. A motion toward the northeast at a faster forward speed is forecast on Thursdaytthrough Friday night. On the forecast track, the core of Michael is expected to move ashore along the Florida Panhandle early this afternoon, move northeastward across the southeastern United States tonight and Thursday, and then move off the Mid-Atlantic coast away
from the United States on Friday.”
This next stream shows live cameras from Panama City Beach, Florida as Michael approaches, from ARoscoe360.
And here is video from Santa Rosa, Beach:
This next live video was shared from CBS 12 News on Facebook. CBS said it was courtesy of Live Storms Media and Brett Adair. It’s not quite clear what the video is showing:
This next stream also shows Panama City Beach, Florida, Schooner’s Beach Club, provided by Trending. (Sadly, the following video appears to be down.)
The center of Michael is expected to move over the Florida Panhandle area on Wednesday.
Kyle Bower’s stream from Panama City, Florida on Twitch:
Here’s a live web cam from the City of Gulfport near Tampa on Beach Boulevard, pointed north from the Gulfport Casino Ballroom. The sound may play if it automatically loads:
Next is a stream from the City of Gulfport pointing toward the Gulfport Beach Waterfront Complex. The sound may play if it automatically loads:
Here are links to additional webcams you can watch that are not embeddable:
- Sandpiper Beach Beach Resort in Panama City
- Mexico Beach web cam about 20 miles from Panama City
- Holiday Inn overlooking Panama City
- Pineapple Willy’s in Panama City
- Sharky’s Beachfront Restaurant in Panama City
- Island House Beach Resort in Siesta Beach, Florida
- Destin, Florida
- Destin, Florida
- Navarre Beach
- Jeff Piotrowski’s storm chasing channel is here. He does not have any live streams currently up, but has been posting from Panama City.
- Brett Adair’s storm chasing stream.
And finally, here is a live radar stream:
This is a developing story.