WATCH: Live webcams show Florida beaches as state braces for Elsa

This marks the first major storm this season

Rough ocean water. (Photo by Ray Bilcliff from Pexels.)

Many areas of Florida remain under a Tropical Storm Warning after Elsa began moving in Tuesday.

Elsa is expected to make landfall somewhere near Florida’s Big Bend by late Wednesday morning or afternoon, then move across northern Florida and into Southeast Georgia through the rest of the day.

The U.S. National Hurricane Center warned of life-threatening storm surges, flooding and isolated tornadoes.

Take a look below at some of the live cameras along the west and east coast as the storm begins to roll over the northern part of Florida.

1. St. Augustine

2. Cocoa Beach

3. Steinhatchee River

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