Scotland votes on its independence referendum Thursday. Voter turnout is expected to be unprecedented: Somewhere around 97 percent of Scots are registered to vote. Weather isn't expected to hinder any voting.

Voting will take place between 7 a.m. and 10 p.m. Thursday and 23 local election councils plan to submit their results between 2 a.m. and 6 a.m. Friday morning local time, so a final count will come after 6 a.m. See a full breakdown of councils and times here. This is how the referendum process works.

The East Coast of the United States is five hours behind UTC, which Edinburgh uses, so results will come in after midnight. The West Coast could see results late Thursday night.

Here are some Twitter accounts to follow to stay up to date on with campaigns, the vote counters and journalists on the ground. This list will grow as the referendum takes place on Thursday. Be sure to follow #indyref on Twitter to get all the news as it comes in.

The official Twitter account of the Chief Counting Officer for the referendum. You guessed it, he’s in charge of counting votes:

Better Together:

Better Together leader and MP Alistair Darling doesn't have a huge Twitter presence, but any speeches will likely be announced there. If he has it his way, he'll have a victory speech to make Friday:

Yes Scotland:

Scottish National Party leader Alex Salmond will likely give at least one speech Thursday. Like Darling, he's hoping to give a victory speech on Friday:

The Scotsman, Scotland’s biggest newspaper will host a post-referendum live Google Hangout discussion at 10:30 p.m. local time with campaigners from both "Yes" and "No" camps.

Sky News:

Anshel Pfeffer is covering the referendum on the ground for Haaretz:

Andrew McFadyen is covering for Al Jazeera: