If you live on the Eastern seaboard, you're going to die tomorrow. There's no way for me to tell you this gently. You're going to be sitting in your basement bunker—surrounded by candles, crank-powered radios, battery-operated TVs, and non-perishable foodstuffs and alcohol—and a sharpened branch is going to fly through your concrete wall and impale you. You'll soon fade away to the sweet sounds of Jim Cantore getting hit by wind gusts on Dewey Beach. This is probably tough news to take, but as a member of the news media, I feel like you should get the unvarnished truth.
Luckily, there's a lot of really cool webcams on which to watch the impending doom of Sandy. Quartz found around 30, and we've highlighted 10 that we think will be worth watching tonight and tomorrow. Consider these your chance to watch a massive, historic storm roll in without having to see Anderson Cooper bravely squint in a camera while rain whips around him. (WE GET IT. You guys are tough journalists.)
As of 2:50 p.m. on Monday, these webcams are still working on a Firefox web browser:
(Also, that recent satellite image of the Earth up there from NASA? Notice anything weird? Like the storm cloud hovering over the ENTIRE EASTERN UNITED STATES? This'll be fun.)