Hurricane Matthew could hit Florida TWICE in one week: Forecasts suggest that the storm may loop back around



It is the strongest storm since 2004, and Hurricane Matthew looks set to continue wreaking havoc on the southeast coast of the US. 
The storm hit Florida in the earlier hours of this morning, and forecasters say that it isn't done yet. 
They suggest that Hurricane Matthew could even loop back around on itself, hitting Florida for a second time - although forecasts are continually changing. 
Scientists have explained to MailOnline the science behind Hurricane Matthew's bizarre behaviour.  
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WHY WOULD IT HIT FLORIDA TWICE?  Most hurricanes that hit the East Coast tend to... read more

 
7 October 2016 in Science &Technology, Views: 45
Source: Daily Mail
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