We are excited to announce that Nova Scotia Webcams has teamed up with Nova Scotia Buzz to bring you live coverage of Hurricane Lee as it approaches Nova Scotia. As forecasts predict Lee to arrive as a tropical storm or a potent post-tropical cyclone, our teamwork ensures you get the best possible views and updates directly from the scene. With dozens of cameras strategically placed along Nova Scotia's southern shores, we are well-equipped to bring you the vivid sights and roaring sounds of Lee as it approaches our coast.We urge all our viewers to stay safe and keep a close eye on our Facebook and Twitter accounts Saturday for our live stream, offering the most up-to-date information on the storm.Nova Scotia Webcams on FacebookNova Scotia Webcams on X (Twitter)Track Hurricane Lee on NS Buzz
Nova Scotia Webcams operates more than 80 live webcams in the province. The following cameras are currently offline due to various reasons:Cable Wharf / Queens Marque, constructionFerry Terminal, constructionPier 21 / Westin Hotel, network issuesUniversité Ste. Anne, will move to new locationWe are working to get all these cameras back online as quickly as possible.In addition, shorter interruptions due to weather-related power outages are possible.We monitor our cameras 24/7, however, if you find a non-operational camera not on the list, feel free to send us a message.Your Webcam Guy, Ralf.
The view from the Landscape of Grand Pré, a UNESCO World Heritage Site, is back online. The solar panel has been re-installed after the mount broke during Hurricane Fiona.