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Powerful category 4 Hurricane Matthew moves through Caribbean; could hit U.S. Southeastern coast


PUBLISHED Mon, October 03, 2016 - 11:19pm EDT


As Hurricane Matthew moves through the Caribbean, residents of the Southeastern Coast of the U.S. are urged to prepare.





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 1 yr   Hurricane Matthew moving through the Caribbean

              Hurricane Matthew is a dangerous category 4 storm taking aim in the Caribbean. Jamaica, Haiti, Cuba and the Bahamas are all in its line of sight.


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              Storm system Hermine spun away from the U.S. East Coast on Sunday, removing the threat of heavy rain but maintaining enough power to churn dangerous waves and currents and keep beaches off-limits to disappointed swimmers and surfers during the holiday weekend. The National Weather Service said a tropical storm warning remains in effect for New Jersey and Delaware, including Rehoboth Beach, which could experience wind gusts of up to 50 mph and life-threatening storm surges during high tide late Sunday and into Monday.


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 1 yr   Death toll rises, more rain predicted for flooded West Virginia

              Officials say at least 24 people have died as a result of recent flooding in West Virginia and more rain is forecast for some of the hardest hit areas.


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 1 yr   Thousands evacuated in historic French floods

              Small towns and villages across central France are under forced evacuation orders after heavy rains not seen in 50 years burst river banks and create massive flooding.


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 1 yr   “Substantial tornado risk” developing in portions of the Southern Plains and the Ozarks

              A tornado touched down in Elmore City, Oklahoma on Monday, with forecasters saying a "substantial tornado risk" could develop in portions of the Southern Plains and the Ozarks.


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