The Best Places For Live And Updated Hurricane Florence Information

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Hurricane Florence is making its final approach and will be crossing land very soon. Keeping up with this storm has been difficult. Florence has changed her path and intensity several times since weather experts predicted landfall.

As Florence approaches, over 10 million people in the Carolina region are in the cross hairs with many more keeping an eye on the hurricane for friends and family. We’ve put together some of the best links to find information and watch the storm as it makes landfall.

Here are some of the best resources for up-to-date information on Hurricane Florence.

1. My Fox Hurricane – This site has all the maps, projections and satellite imagery you can handle. This is the perfect place to find updated spaghetti models and timing tracks.

2. National Hurricane Center – The National Hurricane Center is run by the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) and is a great place to find information on storm surges, rainfall totals and wind speed projections.

3. YouTube – When it comes to watching the storm make landfall and seeing live video from the storm, there is no better place than YouTube. Many channels stream live from multiple sources giving you a first hand look as the storm hits. Use the link to see a search of live videos.

4. Facebook – If you want more first hand accounts of what is happening as the storm rolls onto land, then one of the best places is on Facebook. Do a search for hurricane Florence and you will finds tons of live videos and content that often give you a perspective that the Weather Channel can’t give you. Use the link to see a search of live videos.

These are some of the best ways to watch and keep up with hurricane Florence as she hits the east coast. Whatever you do, if you live in the path of the hurricane, stay safe and don’t risk your life for a social media video of the storm.

What other sources do you use? Let us know in the comments below.

Morgan is a freelance writer for a variety of publications covering popular culture, societal behavior and the political influences of each.