Watch Sunday’s coastal flooding on 23 webcams in Myrtle Beach area. Here’s how

With Sunday’s coastal storm expected to bring flooding and heavy rain, live beach webcams let you safely see the winds and waves.

The National Weather Service in Wilmington, N.C., predicted the “powerful” system could bring effects similar to a tropical storm. The agency warned of extended periods of high winds, 3-4 inches of rain and coastal flooding in Cherry Grove, Garden City and Murrells Inlet.

Many Myrtle Beach area resorts and restaurants live stream their views. For most of the year, these webcams show tranquil beach scenes for visitors longing for the ocean.

When a storm hits, the cameras can turn into tools for locals and tourists alike to witness the effects in real time.

After you identify local emergency contacts and see if your area is likely to flood, check out these 23 beach cams to watch the storm.

Myrtle Beach live streams

Ripley’s Aquarium at Broadway at the Beach

Ocean Lakes Family Campground

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk - facing north

Myrtle Beach Boardwalk - facing south

Springmaid Pier

18th Ave. South

Breakers Resort

Grande Shores Resort

Sea Watch Resort

Captain’s Quarters Resort

Crown Reef Beach Resort

Sea Captain’s House Restaurant

North Myrtle Beach live streams

Prince Resort Cherry Grove Pier

Avista Resort North Myrtle Beach

Elliot Realty North Myrtle Beach

North Beach Resort & Villas

Coquina Harbor in Little River

Little River Swing Bridge and Harbourgate Marina

Surfside Beach, Murrells Inlet and south end beaches live streams

Murrells Inlet Marshwalk from Dead Dog Saloon

Surfside Beach Surfcam

Pawleys Pier Village

Blackmoor Golf Club

Gulfstream Cafe

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