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7:00 AM | **Hurricane Matthew continues on a track towards Florida...likely to slam the coastal sections from Florida to North Carolina**

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7:00 AM | **Hurricane Matthew continues on a track towards Florida...likely to slam the coastal sections from Florida to North Carolina**

Paul Dorian

6-Day DC Forecast

Today

Some early morning clouds and patchy fog will give way to mainly sunny skies, pleasant, highs in the low 70’s

Tonight

Partly cloudy, cool, patchy fog possible late, lows in the mid 50’s

Friday

Partly sunny, cool, cannot rule out a shower, low 70’s for highs

Friday Night

Becoming mainly cloudy, not as cool, chance for showers, upper 50’s

Saturday

Mainly cloudy with the chance for showers, cool, upper 60’s

Sunday

Becoming mainly sunny, cool, mid 60’s

Monday

Mainly sunny, cool, mid 60’s

Tuesday

Mainly sunny, nice, near 70 degrees

Discussion

Hurricane Matthew remains a serious threat to the Southeast US coastal region from Florida to North Carolina. It continues on a track towards the east-central section of Florida and it could make landfall there early tomorrow as a major hurricane (i.e., category 3, 4 or 5). If so, it would end an unprecedented streak in the US without a major hurricane strike that has lasted since October 2005 (Wilma). After its arrival in east-central Florida, Matthew is likely to move northward along the northeast Florida coastline and it should ride up along the Georgia and South Carolina coastlines as it gradually turns to the northeast. By this time, a deep upper-level trough will have an increasing influence on Matthew and this will cause an eventual turn to the east and then southeast in a looping fashion over the western Atlantic. This sharp turn and loop will likely prevent Matthew from impacting the Mid-Atlantic region this weekend, but there can still be some shower activity around here as a strong cold front heads into the eastern US.

Meteorologist Paul Dorian

Vencore, Inc.

vencoreweather.com