Matthew Throwing A Curve?

The tropical models have come around to the thinking of yesterday's ECMWF (European Model) & GFS (American Model), now taking Matthew out to sea to the east, after paralleling the North Carolina coast. However both the ECMWF and the GFS are now forecasting Matthew to do a loop-the-loop after raking the U.S. southeastern coast! After performing this maneuver, the GFS has the gall to take the center of Matthew back into the east coast of Florida and all the way across southern Florida, into the Gulf of Mexico! The ECMWF takes Matthew north, off the east coast after departing the roller coaster. The biggest concern right now is the eastern Florida coast. It looks like they will feel a signific

Hurricane Matthew & You

Powerful hurricane Matthew is moving north of Haiti this afternoon and is likely to do a number on the Bahamas during the next two days as it moves north, then northwest as a major hurricane (sustained wind of at least 110 mph). From there it is likely to move up along the coasts of Florida and the Carolinas. Those areas are likely to feel a significant impact from the storm. On the plus side, they will be on the western side of the storm, which is less ferocious than the eastern side, however problems with wind, heavy rain, and high seas are likely there. My gut feeling at this point is that once the storm reaches Cape Hatteras (NC), it will probably be ushered out to sea (more or less) b

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