This image of Myrtle Beach, S.C. from Earthcam is from just before 10 a.m. Thursday.
Angry waves, heavy rain and strong winds began battering areas of the East Coast along the path of Hurricane Arthur as it began moving toward the coast Thursday.
Numerous live cameras in North Carolina/South Carolina provide a view of the hurricane's wrath.
Here is a collection of links to available webcams up and down the coast. Note that many of these webcams could go down as the storm moves through.
As of Thursday morning, Hurricane Arthur was forecast to skim the coast of North Carolina, possibly making landfall in the Outer Banks.
If you have friends or family in the path of the hurricane, you can set their city as a location to keep tabs on in our Storm Shield app. It's on sale now for iPhone and Android.
The chance of showers and storms will increase this afternoon as a disturbance brings a chance of isolated strong to severe storms.
We've been tracking a lot of changes in the forecast for race day.
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Grand Canyon National Parks Service shared a video of pulsating clouds.