Web Cameras

Hood Canal Bridge

Camera ID: 0075 Latitude: 47.860877 Longitude: -122.626201
Description: The bridge allows access to the Olympic Peninsula from the Kitsap Peninsula and the Seattle area.
Source: WSDOT.gov

These cameras are outside of the area, but may be of interest.

Hi-Tide Resort Moclips, WA

Expansive view of Moclips Beach & Point Grenville
Camera ID: 1273
Description: You can not see China from here, but it is due west thousands of miles away. And you can see the glory of the Pacific Ocean year round. Right out front is Moonstone Beach, to the right is the Moclips river and due North gander at magnificent Point Grenville. Hi Tide Resort is a 33 Unit condo complex right out on the beach, a one of a kind location. Escape to the quiet, peaceful world in your own private paradise.
Source: Hi-Tide_Resort.com

These cameras are outside of the area, but may be of interest.

Dungeness Lighthouse South

Dungeness Lightstation South View Cam
Camera ID: 0073
Description: The New Dungeness Lighthouse can be found at the end of the Dungeness Spit, the longest natural spit in the United States. At 5.5 miles out on the spit, the lighthouse is a nice day hike for visitors.
Source: NewDungenessLighthouse.com

Mount Rainier National Park Air Quality Webcam

Camera ID: 0058
Description: Located 5 miles south of the summit at Paradise, looking west down the Nisqually River valley.
Source: Nature.NPS.Gov/WebCams/MoraCam

Sandridge Road Weather Cam

Sandridge Road in Long Beach
Camera ID: 0143
Description: The 642weather Cam is located on Sandridge Road in Long Beach, WA near Pioneer Road. It looks E-NE toward the Willapa Hills and updates its image every 5 minutes.

For a lot of great weather tools, time lapse and other images from this cam, visit 642weather.com.

Thanks to the 642weather.com, owner/operators of the Weather Cam.
Source: 642weather.com

Windy.com Washington State

Windy.com Washington State
Camera ID: 1430 Latitude: 37.45343 Longitude: -120.07499
Description: I am an addicted kiter, helicopter, and jet pilot who seeks the wind, waves, METARs, and powder snow almost constantly. Since programming is my passion, I coded Windyty.com in 2014 as my pet project.

The original version was highly inspired by the products from the Swiss company Meteoblue and another project called "Earth", which displayed animated wind particles on the globe.

I have completely rewritten the open source codes of Earth and also made an agreement with Meteoblue to use some of their products at that time. And thus Windyty was born (renamed Windy a few years later).

My goal is to keep Windy small and fast to be accessible in the most remote locations.
Source: Windy.com