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Hurricane Matthew Travel Alert Update: Southeastern Coast of the United States Feeling the Impact

Greater than 2,800 flights have already been canceled due to Hurricane Matthew, whose maximum sustained winds are clocked at a speed of 120 miles per hour. The storm has weakened somewhat again to a Category 3 storm after it had strengthened again to Category 4 status; but it is not expected to strengthen again anytime soon due... The post Hurricane Matthew Travel Alert Update: Southeastern Coast of the United States Feeling the Impact appeared first on The Gate.
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