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Watch Live Stream Of Hurricane Matthew

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Category 4 Hurricane Matthew is currently located about 180 miles SE of West Palm Beach Florida. Matthew is moving NW at 14kts with maximum sustained winds of 120kts gusting to 145kts. Matthew has strengthened in the last 12 hours and looks likely to strengthen further over the next 12-24 hours.

On this track, Matthew will continue to impact the NW Bahamas today and be very close to the East Coast of Florida tonight and Friday. A Hurricane Warning is in effect north of Golden Beach Florida to Edisto Beach, South Carolina. Tropical storm Warnings and Hurricane Watches also exist just outside of that area. Please monitor statements from your local national weather service office for further details. All preparations to protect life and property in the hurricane warning area should be done by now or rushed to completion.

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