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Hurricane Matthew Drenches Florida, Still Yet to Make Landfall

Hurricane Matthew is battering Florida with high winds and rain but has not yet made landfall. The latest: The storm's eye is about 40 miles off of Cape Canaveral—in layperson's terms, about half the way up Florida's Atlantic coast. It was downgraded overnight from Category 4 to Category 3, which means winds of 111 to 129 mph. Some 300,000 Florida residents have already lost power.
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