Hurricane Dorian Live Cams: Watch as Florida Coast, Georgia and South Carolina Prepare for Cat 4 Storm

Hurricane Dorian has shown no mercy on the Bahamas as it made three separate landfalls as a Category 5 storm, and its winds have reached 185 mph inside the eyewall with gusts of more than 200 mph.

The island has been devastated as Dorian sits over the Bahamas, and very slowly moving westward. Dorian has since been downgraded to a Category 4 storm — which is still catastrophic — and winds were clocked at 145 mph as of 6 p.m. ET on Monday. There have been at least five deaths in the Bahamas, and authorities continue to search for people.

Hurricane Dorian is projected, in just about all prediction models, to make a turn to the north and skirt the U.S. east coast with hurricane force winds. Some cities along the coast have ordered evacuations, and Florida remains on high alert as do neighboring states to the north in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina. Even Virginia is starting to prep for Dorian, which could linger to the commonwealth with 100 mph winds by Thursday or Friday.

As cities along the path prepare for the storm, here are some live video feeds from city cameras and live streams from news networks and even one from space.

Though things seem a little more docile at the moment, here are some live cameras streaming worldwide where you can see activity at beaches, bars and otherwise everyday, and night, activity along the path where Hurricane Dorian currently eyes.

This feed from Cocoa Beach shows the surf beginning to get rough on Monday afternoon.

This angle is from the Jacksonville Marina in North Florida.

Here is a live stream from WPTV in West Palm Beach, Florida

Fox News has a live stream of Dorian and its up-to-date path here:

Here are the latest Dorian images from space in a live-track from Space Videos.

Here is a beach cam in South Florida that shows Dania Beach pier and beach cam along the coast in South Florida.

Here is a camera overlooking in Stuart, Florida

Lastly, here is a live cam in Freeport, Bahamas, from Port Nassau webcam.

The National Hurricane Center said Monday evening that Hurricane Dorian could create a storm surge of 4-7 feet along the Florida, Georgia and South Carolina coasts and could pack winds greater than 100 mph along the coastline as the storm moves north. But as of Monday evening, NHC said the storm was stalled over the Bahamas with 0 mph movement.

"The biggest concern will be Dorian's slow motion when it is near Florida, placing some areas of the state at an increasing risk of a prolonged, drawn-out event of strong winds, dangerous storm surge and heavy rainfall," NHC said, according to the Sun-Sentinel in Ft. Lauderdale.

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Residents watch as watch the heavy surf during a mandatory evacuation as Hurricane Dorian inches closer to the U.S. on September 2, 2019 in Vero Beach, Florida. Dorian, once expected to make landfall in Florida as a category 4 storm, is currently predicted to turn north and stay off the Florida coast lessening the impact on the area. Photo by Mark Wilson/Getty Images