Category 3 Hurricane Matthew swept up eastern Florida today, delivering heavy rainfall, 160km/h gusts, and powerful waves all along the coast. The storm continues to march northward toward Georgia and South Carolina, with deadly 2m to 3m surges possible over the weekend
Hurricane Matthew is speeding its way from Florida's east coast and is headed toward South Carolina and Georgia. Capital Weather Gang’s Jason Samenow tracks the hurricane's expected path through the weekend.
Millions of people along the southeast coast of the United States found themselves in harm's way on Friday morning as Hurricane Matthew made landfall. The Category 3 hurricane is the most powerful storm to hit the US in a decade, ha...
The storm weakened slightly, to Category 2, with winds of about 110 m.p.h. It was pushing north toward South Carolina, moving just off the coast.
Hurricane Matthew tore up the Florida coast all day and is now taking a bead on Georgia and South Carolina. The storm mostly spared the southern parts of Florida’s east coast, last minute wobbles combined with a downgrade to a Cat 3...