Post Profile

Hurricane Matthew fears grow in Haiti, some resist shelters

LES CAYES/PORT-AU-PRINCE (Reuters) - Fears mounted in Haiti as Hurricane Matthew edged closer on Monday, bringing 145 mile-per-hour (230 kph) winds and life-threatening rain that could wreak havoc in the Caribbean nation, where some 2,000 people in one coastal town refused to evacuate.
read more

See more about: Hurricane Matthew

Related Posts

Hurricane Matthew strengthens to Category 4

News : The Newsroom

The storm is 465 miles southeast of Kingston, Jamaica, with maximum sustained winds of 140 miles per hour.

In Jamaica's 'wickedest' town, few fear Hurricane Matthew's fury

News : Reuters: World News

PORT ROYAL, Jamaica (Reuters) - Since being founded in the mid-17th century, the small Jamaican fishing town of Port Royal has survived a seemingly endless cycle of typically Caribbean threats, including pirates, plagues, hurricanes...

Powerful Hurricane Matthew threatens Haiti, Jamaica and Cuba

News / International Affairs : LA Times: World Now

A powerful Hurricane Matthew moved slowly Sunday across the Caribbean Sea on a track that authorities warned could trigger devastation in parts of Haiti. The storm had winds of 145 mph as it moved northwest and the center was expect...

Caribbean fears for coastal families as Hurricane Matthew gets close

News : The Raw Story

Haiti and Jamaica urged residents in vulnerable coastal areas to evacuate and Cuba suspended flights on Sunday as bands of rain from Hurricane Matthew, the strongest storm to menace Caribbean nations since 2007, drenched the Jamaica...

Hurricane Matthew heads north through the Caribbean

News / International Affairs : CBSNews: World

Hurricane Matthew is roaring across the Caribbean powered by 145 mile winds and is expected to drop more than three feet of rain in Haiti. The U.S. Navy Base at Guantanamo Bay, Cuba currently is evacuating the family members of sail...


Copyright © 2016 Regator, LLC