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Watch Now: Live streaming video of the Northeast blizzard

Updated at 9:34 p.m. ET:

As the blizzard works its menacing way across the Northeast, we'll be assembling links to and embeds of live video streams here.

Your best, most reliable bet for live online video coverage of the storm is going to be with our friends at Weather.com. They're going to be streaming through late Saturday night. Their player isn't embeddable, so click here for their coverage: Live blizzard video from Weather.com.

WHDH.com in Boston is streaming live storm coverage this weekend as well.

You'll also be able to see live streams periodically from our local partners at NBCNewYork.com and NBCConnecticut.com, and when we know one will be up we'll post it here.

Meanwhile, we're streaming a shot from the top of 30 Rockefeller Center here in New York:

LIVE VIDEO — Watch the winter storm roll into New York from our camera at the top of Rockefeller Plaza.


And a live look at Times Square in New York:



On UStream, technology news company IDG is streaming a webcam from high above Copley Square in Boston. It should be a good way to see a wide view of snow accumulating in Beantown, which may see record snowfall during this storm:


In Portland, Maine, NBC affiliate WCSH is streaming its “tower cam”:


And a look at snow at a train station and docks at Weirs Beach, N.H.:


We're constantly updating our main story on the blizzard, and you can also visit our video page for all of our on-demand coverage of the storm: Video on NBCNews.com.