Threats facing Florida’s east coast from Hurricane Matthew – Detailed

A detailed breakdown of impacts facing Florida’s east coast from Hurricane Matthew

matthew-imageA highly-populated, vast stretch of Florida’s east coast faces its most extreme hurricane threat in modern history.

Computer model forecasts have converged on the idea that Hurricane Matthew, which is intensifying, will directly strike the area between roughly West Palm Beach and the Georgia border. Packing maximum winds of 140 mph and stronger gusts, Matthew is poised to become the first Category 4 or stronger storm to make landfall in this region since records began in 1851.

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  • Clyde Duncan  On October 9, 2016 at 2:42 am

    Wha’ Miss Ya – Don’t Pass Ya! – or so they say ….. Who is “they” you ask?

    Wise people of British Guiana ….!

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