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Tropical Storm Matthew is strengthening as it creeps slowly over the Caribbean and could become a Category 2 hurricane by the weekend as it approaches eastern Cuba. The storm currently has wind speeds topping out at about 65 mph and is traveling west at about 16 mph. Computer models show Tropical Storm Matthew’s course turning north by early Sunday, taking it over eastern Cuba by Tuesday. “As expected, Tropical Storm Matthew formed in the Atlantic. It will be traveling over the southern Caribbean during the rest of this week,” Channel 9 meteorologist Brian Shields said. “It will most likely strengthen into a Category 2 hurricane.

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