Should the U.S. be worried about powerhouse Hurricane Matthew? While it is too early to know for sure, forecasters say there is cause for concern.
“The threat to Florida and the southeastern U.S. coast including the Carolina’s has increased,” the National Hurricane Center said Monday afternoon.
There are basically two extremely wide-ranging scenarios after it batters the Caribbean: Either a direct hit, anywhere from Florida to Maine, or a miss, with the storm sliding up the coast but never making landfall.
Matthew could take a track close to the coast or could pass several hundred miles offshore, according to AccuWeather.