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Forecasters predict it will be a Category 4 hurricane by the time it brushes up against the East Coast -- including Florida, Georgia, South Carolina, and North Carolina -- sometime between Thursday evening and Saturday.
Meanwhile, a hurricane watch now extends from the Sebastian Inlet north up to the Volusia/Brevard county line, including Boca Raton, West Palm Beach, Fort Pierce, Vero Beach and Cape Canaveral.
NC Gov. Pat McCrory declared a state of emergency for more than half of the state's 100 counties
originally posted by: NightSkyeB4Dawn
a reply to: ketsuko
My heart bleeds for Haiti. They're going to have a real disaster.
Haiti has been so ripped off by corruption and lying, stinking, scum that claim to be good Samaritans, that it makes me sick to my stomach.
Maybe since Hillary is determined enough to win the Presidency, she will push for all those organizations, that collected monies before, to use some of that money that was collected after the earthquake, to actually be used to rebuild Haiti.
Five out of six of these forecasts show Matthew barely missing landfall along the Southeast U.S. coast, and all of them show Matthew failing to recurve out to sea to the northeast. Disturbingly, two of the tracks show Matthew looping back to punish The Bahamas and crossing South Florida to enter the Gulf of Mexico.
originally posted by: onehuman
I'm in Okeechobee Fla. I'm as prepaid as I can get at this point. The problem with my area is the fact it is already very wet from the usual afternoon rains that come through. My yard is already very swampish. The drain ditches that run along the roads are also quite high. So flooding will be a big issue here if it is heavy rains.