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 may have kept a lid on losses from Melbourne through Kennedy Space Center. But Daytona took a terrible blow, Jacksonville is still reeling, and Matthew may yet fully deliver on its destructive potential to Savannah or Charleston:
According to the latest forecast track, Hurricane Matthew could potentially make landfall near Charleston, South Carolina, as a Category 2 or 3 hurricane on Saturday morning.
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.
Tropical Storm Julia dumped heavy rain on Georgia and threatened flooding in parts of South Carolina on Thursday as it meandered north along the U.S. Southeast coast, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm, after drifting alo...
Hurricane Matthew has forced a state of emergency in Florida and South Carolina, as well as as eastern and central North Carolina and southeastern Georgia, with as many as 1.1 million ordered to evacuate the South Carolina coast.
The most serious storm to hit the East Coast in over a decade is close to making landfall with southern Florida. From there, it's expected to move up the coast, hitting parts of Georgia, South Carolina and possibly North Carolina. S...