Alaska is known for its beautiful wildlife, wilderness forests, and friendly people. Nome is no exception! We have live Nome Alaska Webcams so you can see the little city and area traffic in real-time and weather stations to keep an eye on the current conditions.
Live Nome Alaska Webcams
You can watch the shoreline of Nome AK, live from your computer. You can also watch the traffic and activity of Nome, AK, from your phone or tablet. This is especially useful when traveling and wanting to see what’s happening on the beach where you left your car.
Pro Tip: If several webcams in the same area are not working, it could indicate a power outage.
Current Nome Alaska Weather Forecast
Current weather for Nome and the Bering Sea in Alaska.
Embedding webcams is tricky. Sometimes, it’s best to click on the camera and view it in its tab.
The featured image and source of some webcams on this page are from Windy.com
Nome Visitor Center WebCam – Live In Nome, Alaska
Live Webcam on Facing the Ocean on Front Street Nome, Alaska. See what’s going on at the beach by watching this live feed from Nome Convention and Visitor Bureau. Nome is about 540 miles from Anchorage, 160 miles from Russia, and 102 miles south of the Arctic Circle.
Diomede Bering Sea Webcam – From the Bering Strait School DistrictDiomede: Dateline Cam, Little
Nome City WebcamNome: City
Unalakleet Webcam- Located East of NomeUnalakleet › West
Aleknagik Webcam – Tikchik Narrows Lodge – South of Nome On Bristol BayAleknagik › North-East: Lake
Weather Radar Nome Alaska – Current Weather & Forecast
Current weather radar map of the Nome, Alaska area.
360 View of Front Street Nome Alaska
The 360-degree view from Google Maps offers a unique angle on Front Street in Nome, Alaska. On a fine spring day in March, it shows off the shops along the street. Great to see a sample of the area and what it looks like in case you want to visit in the future
Nome News Updates
Current Alaska Weather Map
About Nome Alaska
This Alaskan city is situated on the southern Seward Peninsula shore on the Bering Sea’s Norton Sound. The 2020 census had a population of 3,699, up from 3,598 in 2010. Nome was founded on April 9, 1901, and was formerly Alaska’s most populated city.
Nome is known for a major health event in the early 1900s. A diphtheria outbreak raged among Alaska Natives in the Nome region during the winter of 1925. Blizzard conditions hampered the delivery of a life-saving diphtheria antitoxin serum by plane from Anchorage over the whole area. To distribute the serum, a relay of dog sled teams was created. The Iditarod Dog Sled Race now follows the same path they did and concludes in Nome.
Final Thoughts About Nome Alaska Webcams
There are many great spots to watch in the little city of Nome, Alaska. But one of the best places to see all this beautiful city has to offer is right in your home. To see what’s going on, you must tune into one of our live webcams or weather stations.
Just visit our cam page and pick the webcam that fits your needs! You can get a wide-angle view of one beach or zoom in on a particular part of town—the choice is yours. You can see Nome, Ak’s weather and sea conditions with these webcams. You’ll be able to see how busy it is on any given day and make plans accordingly!