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What we can expect from Hurricane Matthew

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Hurricane Matthew is expected to stay to our south but that does not mean that we are “all clear.” Based on the Thursday morning forecast track, here is what we can expect…

What to expect from Hurricane Matthew

Rain Timeline

Friday: 30%

Saturday AM: 40%

Saturday PM: 90%

Sunday AM: 90%

Sunday PM: 40%

Monday: 10%

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Rainfall Forecast

Hampton Roads: 2”-4”

Inland VA: 1”-2”

NE NC: 4”-6”+

OBX: 4”-6”+

 

Wind Timeline

Friday: E 10-20

Saturday AM: E 5-15

Saturday PM: NE 15-25 G30

Sunday AM: N 20-30 G40

Sunday PM: N 25-35 G45

Monday AM: NE 20-30 G35

Monday PM: NE 15-25 G30

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Max Winds

Hatteras: 40 G55

Nags Head: 40 G50

VA Beach: 35 G45

Hampton: 30 G40

Eastern Shore: 25 G35

Gloucester: 20 G30

 

Waves

Hatteras

Saturday: 9’-11’

Sunday: 13’-15’

Nags Head

Saturday: 7’-9’

Sunday: 12’-15’

VA Beach

Saturday: 5’-6’

Sunday: 8’-12’

Eastern Shore

Saturday: 4’-6’

Sunday: 8’-12’

 

 

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