As Hurricane Ian churns toward Southwest Florida, livestream cameras positioned up and down the Gulf Coast will show the storm roll in.
Ian is expected to make landfall in Southwest Florida as a major hurricane with intense winds and deadly storm surge potential.
Businesses and local governments have cameras stationed on the barrier islands off of Manatee and Sarasota counties south down to Lee that offer front row seats for Hurricane Ian’s arrival.
Viewpoints include Holmes Beach, Bradenton Beach, Longboat Key, Siesta Key and Englewood Beach.
Traffic cameras also make views of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge and other landmarks available.
Check out the tropical action on the video feeds below.
Anna Maria Island
White Sands Beach Resort in Holmes Beach
Cedar Cove Resort & Cottages in Holmes Beach: cedarcoveresort.com/view-our-beach-cam
Seabreeze Vacation in Holmes Beach: seabreezevacation.com/beachcamera
EarthCam in Bradenton Beach: earthcam.com/usa/florida/annamariaisland/?cam=annamariaisland
Sunshine Skyway Bridge
Live video streams of the Sunshine Skyway Bridge and other area bridges and intersections are available on the Florida Department of Transportation’s website at fl511.com.
Sand Cay Beach Resort: earthcam.com/usa/florida/longboatkey/?cam=longboatkey
Siesta Key Beach: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NLhxcyzXQxM
The Island House Beach Resort: islandhousebeachresort.com/siesta-key-webcam
Englewood Beach/Port Charlotte
EarthCam in Englewood Beach: earthcam.com/usa/florida/portcharlotte/?cam=englewoodbeach