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Last Map Update: Sat, Oct. 1, 2016 at 6:34:16 pm EDT

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Matthew is a dangerous Category 4 Hurricane over the central Caribbean Sea. The official forecast from the National Hurricane Center indicates that Matthew will turn northwestward on Sunday and will approach eastern Jamaica by early Monday. Matthew will be moving slowly northward through the Bahamas from Tuesday afternoon through Wednesday night. There remains uncertainty in Matthew's long term forecast from Wednesday night through Friday, when the hurricane will be making its closest approach to northeast Florida and southeast Georgia. Residents and businesses should use this weekend to make sure that your disaster supply kits are stocked and your communication plan is in place in the event that Matthew takes an unexpected turn towards our area during the middle part of next week.
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