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Hurricane Matthew threatens US eastern seaboard

If you watch North Atlantic cyclones obsessively, you may have noticed that they often turn harder north and northeast than earlier tracks predict. But this is anecdotal: there’s no law of nature preventing them from veering west or south, they sometimes take an unpredictable turn and end up slamming into more densely populated regions. It’s unclear at this point what Matthew really wil
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