Hurricane Matthew now Category 5, strongest since 2007

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Hurricane Matthew has strengthened into Category 5, and is threatening the country of Jamaica. Let's all pray to the Heavenly Father that those in the path of this strong storm will be safe.

According to NBC 6's chief meteorologist John Morales, who posted the above photo via Facebook, Hurricane Matthew is dangerous, and the countries Jamaica and Cuba are at risk. There's also a possibility that Bahamas and Florida, USA will also be affected next week, he says.

"Amazingly dangerous Major Category 5 Hurricane Matthew was in the deep southern Caribbean overnight Friday into Saturday, just north of Colombia where there's a hurricane warning. The north turn is forecast to occur this weekend, with Jamaica and Cuba at risk. For next week, the Bahamas and Florida are a possibility. Stay informed this weekend.

El increíblemente peligroso ciclón mayor categoría 5 Matthew estaba en el extremo sur del Caribe en la madrugada del sábado, justo al norte de Colombia donde está en efecto un aviso de huracán. El giro al norte se pronostica comience este fin de semana, con Jamaica y Cuba en riesgo. Para la semana que viene, las Bahamas y la Florida son posibilidades. Manténgase informado este fin de semana."

Oh Geez!

If you have friends or family in Jamaica and even Cuba, hope you alert them with Hurricane Matthew and closely monitor this powerful storm, whose projected path shows that those countries will be directly impacted.

For us here in the Philippines, the only thing we could help is to pray for all those in the path of the storm.

According to NBC,Hurricane Matthew is already the strongest in the Atlantic since Hurricane Felix in 2007. - Mykiru.ph
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About Mykiru Isyusero

Mykiru is an entertainment blogger, having been named recently as one of the Top 10 Pinoy Showbiz Resources in the Philippines. For 8 years now, Mykiru has been delivering the latest, the hottest and most trending issues in the country.
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