The most serious storm to hit the East Coast in over a decade is close to making landfall with southern Florida. From there, it’s expected to move up the coast, hitting parts of Georgia, South Carolina and possibly North Carolina.
Since developing over a week ago, Matthew has changed paths a number of times. Forecasting hurricanes (and their track) is an imperfect science at best, and the models change several times a day. With the stakes so high — Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned that “this storm will kill you” earlier today — it’s important to know where the storm is headed. Here’s how to track it.