WHAT: Hurricane Matthew made landfall in Haiti, and is expected to continue on a path toward Cuba and the Bahamas. The devastating storm is bringing high winds, heavy rainfall and storm surges to the affected areas. Most recently, state of emergencies were called for Florida and the Carolinas. Broadcast live updates as the storm continues via EarthCam’s webcams in cities such as Miami, Florida; Myrtle Beach, South Carolina; Holden Beach, North Carolina and more.
WHY: The storm will continue to travel through the Caribbean before heading northeast along the U.S. coast. Watch the weather while staying safe indoors by visiting EarthCam’s Extreme Weather page.
HOW: Keep an eye on Hurricane Matthew with EarthCam’s live webcams in the affected areas at http://www.earthcam.com/events/extremeweather/.
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