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1 Where is Hurricane Matthew now?
2 Will Hurricane Matthew hit Florida?
3 What category is Hurricane Matthew?
4 Where is Hurricane Matthew headed?
5 How wide is Hurricane Matthew?

1 Where is Hurricane Matthew?
2 Will Hurricane Matthew hit Florida?
3 What category is Hurricane Matthew?
4 How wide is Hurricane Matthew?
5 When is Hurricane Matthew hitting Florida?

hurricane matthew , Hurricane Matthew is currently a strong tropical cyclone that impacted Haiti, Jamaica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, and The Bahamas, and is moving along the east coast of the southeastern United States, When is Hurricane Matthew hitting Florida? hurricane matthew live , hurricane matthew update , hurricane matthew miami , hurricane matthew map , The fourteenth tropical cyclone, thirteenth storm, fifth hurricane and second major hurricane of the annual hurricane season, Matthew formed from a vigorous tropical wave that moved off the African coast on September 22, progressing on a westward track until it developed into a tropical storm while it was situated just to the east of the Leeward Islands on September 28. A day later, it became a hurricane while west of the Leeward Islands, and rapidly strengthened into a Category 5 hurricane.

At least 887 deaths have been attributed to the storm, including 877 in Haiti, making it the deadliest Atlantic hurricane since Stan in 2005, which killed more than 1,600 in Central America and Mexico.

On October 6, U.S. President Barack Obama declared a federal state of emergency for Florida.[2] The federal disaster declaration was later extended to include Georgia and South Carolina.[3] As of 11:00 p.m. EDT October 7 (03:00 UTC October 8), Hurricane Matthew is located within 15 nautical miles of 31.2°N 80.5°W, about 70 miles (115 km) south-southeast of Savannah, Georgia, and about 115 miles (185 km) south-southwest of Charleston, South Carolina. Maximum sustained winds are 90 knots (105 mph; 165 km/h), with gusts up to 110 knots (125 mph; 205 km/h). The minimum barometric pressure is 948 mbar (hPa; 28.00 inHg), and the system is moving north at 10 knots (12 mph, 19 km/h). Hurricane-force-winds extend outward up to 60 miles (95 km) from the center of Matthew, and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 185 miles (295 km).