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Hurricane Matthew Is Now An 'Extremely Dangerous' Category Four; U.S. Impacts Still Uncertain

Hurricane Matthew is now an "extremely dangerous" category four hurricane with 150 MPH winds. The storm is on course to strike Jamaica and Cuba as a powerful hurricane, but whether it'll affect the United States next week is still an open question.
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