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Matthew should pass Jamaica at 8 a.m. on Monday Featured

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It appears that the powerful Hurricane Matthew might churn just east of Jamaica and that the island will escape a direct hit. But even a sideswipe from this monster could be fatal as forecasters said up to 38cm (15 ins) of rain could fall across Jamaica and on southern Haiti.

 

While Jamaica was damaged by Hurricane Gilbert in 1988, the last major storm in the region was Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

Matthew could be the most powerful storm to hit the island since records began, meteorologist Eric Holthaus said on Twitter.

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