How to Watch Hurricane Irma Streams and News Coverage Online

News stations and webcams across Florida have set up livestreams to help people keep track of the storm

As Hurricane Irma makes its way through Florida, there are several ways to keep track of the storm live.

Nationally, cable news stations like CNN, Fox News and MSNBC are simulcasting their ongoing coverage of the storm on their respective websites, which you can access by clicking the links above.

Meanwhile, local news stations throughout Florida have also setup YouTube streams of their coverage to provide residents with updates on the storm. Click here for the stream from NBC’s Fort Myers affiliate, and here for Fox’s Fort Myers local coverage.

You can also click here for a list of webcam streams that have been set up around the state at major vantage points to allow viewers to see the storm roll in. Among the list are streams from the University of Tampa, downtown Miami, Clearwater Beach and Siesta Beach in Sarasota.

The storm made landfall early Sunday morning as a Category 4 hurricane, and is expected to continue to bring hurricane winds and storm surge into Florida as it moves up the state’s Gulf Coast through Sunday and into Monday. The storm is then projected to pass over Georgia and Alabama as a tropical storm on Monday evening before moving into the Midwest as a tropical depression during the week.