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Monitor Hurricane Matthew with these coastal webcams

A screengrab shows the beachcamsusa.com surf camera on Hilton Head Island around 10:45 a.m. Oct. 7, as Hurricane Matthew approaches.
A screengrab shows the beachcamsusa.com surf camera on Hilton Head Island around 10:45 a.m. Oct. 7, as Hurricane Matthew approaches. beachcamsusa.com

We can’t guarantee they’ll be working, but here are some coastal surf cams to help you monitor conditions during Hurricane Matthew.

Hilton Head Surf Cam (part of the Surf Report Network)

The Salty Dog Cafe, Hilton Head Island

The Salty Dog Cafe’s “Bow Wow Cam”

Hilton Head Island Beach Cam (beachcamsusa.com)

Beaufort County traffic cameras

In addition to surf conditions, you can view road conditions in Beaufort County here.

You can view SC DOT cameras on state highways and interstates here.

Farther north

Edisto Beach

Folly Beach

Kiawah Island

Mt. Pleasant crab bank

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk

Broadway at The Beach

Help us out?

Do you know of a surf camera not listed? Email us and we’ll add it to the list.

All storm coverage

Return to our complete Hurricane Matthew coverage here.

You might also be interested in these videos

All Hurricane Matthew video

Emergency Management Director Neil Baxley explains on Oct. 7, 2016 what needs to happen before residents who evacuated will be able to come back to Beaufort County after Hurricane Matthew has passed

Lt. Col. Neil Baxley describes on Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, how the county's response to hurricane Matthew has gone so far.

Power went out in mid-town Savannah, Ga. around 7:30 p.m. (EST) from strong winds, heavy, steady rain.

Kelly Davis: 843-706-8102, @kdavis2001

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