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As Hurricane Florence nears, live surf cam videos show impact on Carolinas

FOX News logoFOX News 2018-09-14 Kaitlyn Schallhorn
a sandy beach next to a body of water: A storm front passes homes in North Topsail Beach, N.C., prior to Hurricane Florence moving toward the east coast on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Tom Copeland) © Tom Copeland A storm front passes homes in North Topsail Beach, N.C., prior to Hurricane Florence moving toward the east coast on Wednesday, Sept. 12, 2018. (AP Photo/Tom Copeland)

As Hurricane Florence, a dangerous Category 2 storm, continues on its path toward the East Coast, surf cameras are showing the live impact the storm is having on the Carolinas.

The massive storm will impact millions as it charges toward the southeastern U.S., and is expected to bring with it massive amounts of rain, dangerous flooding and powerful storm surges.

Click on the videos below for a live look at the storm's impact in North and South Carolina.

Note: Surf cams may experience sporadic technical difficulties due to high traffic and adverse local conditions. Fox News app users: Click here to view the cameras in a mobile browser.

Carolinas coast (roving)

Frying Pan Tower; North Carolina

Cherry Grove Pier; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina

Folly Beach, South Carolina

Carolina Beach Pier; Carolina Beach, North Carolina

Bogue Inlet Pier; Emerald Isle, North Carolina

Oceanana Pier; Atlantic Beach, North Carolina

Frisco Pier; Frisco, North Carolina

Jennette's Pier; Nags Head, North Carolina

North Buxton, North Carolina

Rodanthe; Outer Banks, North Carolina

South Washout; Folly Beach, South Carolina

Fox News' Shelley Ng contributed to this report.

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