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NOAA's GOES-13 satellite captured this visible image of the massive Hurricane Sandy on Oct. 28 at 1302 UTC (9:02 a.m. EDT). The line of clouds from the Gulf of Mexico north are associated with the cold front that Sandy is merging with. Sandy's western cloud edge is already over the mid-Atlantic and northeastern United States. - 

Tune in for live weather updates, satellite images, and news in as hurricane Sandy makes its way across the East Coast

Above, you're watching the Livestream Storm Cam located on top of Livestream's World Headquarters in Chelsea, Manhattan, New York City. The camera is mounted on the roof facing south towards the Financial District. Any shaking of the image is caused by high winds as the camera is mounted outside.

Here's a few more live web cams from New York city worth watching: Live from the Statue of Liberty. And the view from Time Square. Browse a comprehensive list of live web cam spots here. And follow Marketplace's expanding coverage of hurricane Sandy in our special section, Weather Economy.