3pm weather: 86F and sunny (very few low non-developed cumulus), wind NE 7 mph Rainfall since midnight: trace Surf conditions: breaking waves 2-3 feet, slight current from north to south Tide: outgoing, low 5:39 pm
As often is the case, weather ahead of a hurricane can be amazingly calm. Today is the driest, most sunny day we have had in a week. Many residents in my neighborhood one block from the Atlantic Ocean have or are leaving this afternoon. With a hurricane plan in place and nearing completion, my partner and I will stay. We have been helping neighbors all day prepare for 100+mph winds, 4-7" of rain and a storm surge of 3-6'. I pray that Matthew does not significantly strengthen before what I think will be landfall (based on simple projection of current track out 36 hours) just to our south near Cape Canaveral/Merritt Island.
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