Hurricane Matthew Continues Destructive Path Toward U.S., Killing 11 In Caribbean

 Wednesday, October 5, 2016

 ABC News

Hurricane Matthew, the strongest Caribbean storm in almost a decade, barreled into the Bahamas today, with the coastal U.S. lying in its path. The Category 3 hurricane will next slam the Bahamas with maximum sustained winds of up to 115 mph. By tonight or early Thursday morning, it’s expected to become a Category 4 storm again, with winds up to 130 mph as it nears Florida, according to an advisory issued at 8 a.m. ET by the National Hurricane Center. Bahamas Prime Minister Perry Christie has voiced concern about the potential impact on the archipelago off Florida’s east coast, where residents braced for hurricane-force winds, a storm surge of up to 15 feet and as much as 15 inches of rain.
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