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Hurricane Matthew

Hurricane Matthew ripped through the Caribbean, leaving a trail of devastation and is growing even stronger as it heads for the U.S. The storm is expected to strengthen slightly and make landfall in Florida as a Category 4 hurricane with maximum sustained winds of up to 145 mph.

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"Haiti's battle to cope with the damage inflicted by Hurricane Matthew has dramatically intensified as thousands of people are displaced by heavy rains. According to the United Nations, the disaster has affected 350,000 Haitians and left the country facing its worst humanitarian crisis since the devastating earthquake six years ago. Figures provided by the Civil Protection Department suggest that 15,623 people have been evacuated and 1,855 homes have been flooded. More than 300,000 people are in shelters across the country, the United Nations said."

Learn more on Hurricane Matthew from NOAH and see amazing arrial views of the devastation here.