Watch adventurous meteorologists stagger around on windy beaches with The Weather Channel's coverage of Hurricane Sandy [video embedded above]. The network decided to live stream their television coverage so that people without power would still be able to track the storm on their phones and tablets.
Using its own data, along with information from the National Hurricane Center and others, Google's Crisis Map offers an interactive view of Sandy's path up the Eastern Seaboard. You can track public alerts, find nearby emergency shelters, check traffic conditions and locate related webcams and YouTube videos from your area. There's an additional map for New York City, for up-to-date information on Frankenstorm conditions in the Big Apple.
NASA's satellite videos of Hurricane Sandy from space are beautiful, awe-inspiring and eerily calm.
"Sandycam" tracks the hurricane's movement over New York City, from the top of Livestream's headquarters in Manhattan. Livestream is also inviting users to submit their own live coverage of the storm -- so you'll be able to watch the hurricane pass over cities up and down the East Coast.
UPDATE: NBC News also has live coverage of the One World Trade Center broken crane dangling high in the air, where winds could be as high as 120 mph.