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Hurricane Matthew Over Windward Passage, to Head Towards Bahamas and Florida

Hurricane Matthew at 2100 UTC has weakened slightly to 120 knots maximum winds due to the interaction of nearby land. Hurricane force winds extend outward 40 NM while 50 knot or higher winds extend outward 50-60 NM. Gale force winds extend out about 150 NM to the southeast and 60 NM to the northwest. Read: […] The post Hurricane Matthew Over Windward Passage, to Head Towards Bahamas and Florida appeared first on gCaptain.
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