DISCUSSION: As of early this afternoon, Hurricane Matthew continues to remain a large and dangerous Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph along with higher gusts in the deepest core convection. Thus, despite passing across the westernmost parts of Haiti, the core circulation associated with Matthew still predominantly remained intact. Therefore, it is imperative to keep tabs on this tropical cyclone if you currently reside anywhere from Southeast Florida to Coastal New England over the next 2 to 7 days as Hurricane Matthew approaches the East Coast of the United States. Stay tuned for more updates on this situation concerning the future track and intensity of Hurricane Matthew as times progresses!
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