?Updated Sunday with links to Houston-area webcams
?Cameras streaming video straight to the internet allow us to see what’s happening in the Texas flooding from afar.
As Hurricane Harvey hit, we published links to webcams on the Texas coast, but many of those cameras were (not surprisingly) knocked out of commission by high winds or loss of power or just turned off by owners who wanted to save their cameras. (That list of Corpus Christi-area cameras is at the bottom of this post.)
Now, our attention has turned to the deadly flooding in Houston. Here are some webcams to see it for yourself, including some with time-lapse features to let you see into the recent past:
Houston Transtar has a ton of traffic cams showing the status of many Houston-area highways. Current status: Not good.
Rice University webcams show how much water is in Brays Bayou near the medical center complex on downtown Houston’s southeastern edge.
Memorial Hermann Katy Hospital offers a sky-high view of Houston’s western suburb and highways that have been eerily empty.
Here’s the live feed from George Bush Intercontinental Airport north of Houston.
Sacred Heart Catholic School has a webcam of its flooded athletic field in Crosby, just northeast of Houston.
The Hotel Galvez’s webcam offers a view from Galveston, showing the beach at the Gulf of Mexico.
?Original list of Texas coastal webcams
This City of Corpus Christi page features live webcams from the bayfront marina looking back toward downtown Corpus Christi and from Whitecap Beach looking out at the Gulf of Mexico from near the northern end of Padre Island and the southern end of Mustang Island.
The Dunes Condos in Port Aransas has a live webcam looking out at the Gulf.
First Community Bank in Corpus Christi has a high-rise webcam that offers time-lapse imagery.
The view from the Dolphin Dock in Port Aransas as Hurricane Harvey moved in.
The Dolphin Dock in Port Aransas has a live webcam looking toward the ship channel.
The Texas Department of Transportation operates four webcams at the Port Aransas ferry landing: one on the Aransas Pass side looking north and three on the Port A side looking south and east and toward Cutoff Road.
Follow automobile traffic in Corpus via TxDOT’s highway webcams.
Up the coast from Corpus, the Matagorda Pilot Station offers a view from Port O’Connor.
To the south of Corpus, the Isla Grand Beach Resort webcam shows the Gulf of Mexico at South Padre Island.
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