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Floridians along the Atlantic coast were coping Friday with rising water as Hurricane Matthew drenched the state with rain and strong winds pushed waves over beaches.

The storm, which is blamed for three deaths in Florida, sparked flash-flood concerns. Gas line jobs in wv The National Weather Service issued a warning for parts of Nassau County, north of Jacksonville.

“The combination of a dangerous storm surge, the tide and large and destructive waves will cause normally dry areas near the coast to be flooded by rising waters moving inland from the shoreline,” the National Hurricane Center said.

After killing hundreds in Haiti and other Caribbean nations, Matthew’s power led to the deaths of a woman in her 60s in Volusia County (by a falling tree) and an 82-year-old man and a woman in St. Electricity worksheets Lucie County, officials said. A gas has no volume The latter two had medical emergencies and responders were unable to reach them in time because of hazardous weather.

The Category 2 hurricane, while losing some of its wind speed, has left more than 1 million people without power as it skirts the state’s east coast, with the most damaging blow possibly still to come.

Parts of St. Electricity off peak hours Augustine flooded even as the hurricane was still approaching. Gas variables pogil extension questions A virtual river of water rushed past a bed and breakfast business in the city about 35 miles southeast of Jacksonville, according to video posted by reporter Russell Colburn of CNN affiliate WJAX.

“Just because the center of circulation is offshore doesn’t mean you can’t be the center of action (along the coast),” National Hurricane Center Director Rick Knabb said. R gas constant chemistry “It’s going to get a lot worse before it (has) a chance of getting better.”

• As of 5 p.m. Gas in babies treatment ET, Matthew’s center was over the Atlantic, about 40 miles east of Jacksonville Beach, the National Hurricane Center said. Electricity 101 powerpoint Hurricane-force winds extended outward up to 60 miles from that center. Electricity cost las vegas It was moving north at 12 mph.

• Jacksonville could see storm surges of up to 9 feet Friday afternoon, forecasters said. Gas zauberberg Anything over 3 feet in the city is life-threatening, Mayor Lenny Curry said.

• Forecasters predict storm surges in coastal Georgia and South Carolina also could be as high as 9 feet, and as many as 15 inches of rain could fall from central Florida to North Carolina.

• The storm has killed at least 300 people in three Caribbean countries. Electricity in water pipes The majority died in Haiti, said Civil Protection Service spokesman Joseph Edgard Celestin.

Matthew kicked up debris and street flooding in Daytona Beach late Friday morning. Electricity distribution network Video recorded by journalist Robert Ray showed metallic, foil-like debris and other small objects rolling down one of the streets in the city.

Florida Govs. On q gas station okc Rick Scott said officials are particularly concerned about low-lying areas in and around Jacksonville, where there is potential for significant flooding.

He said all major roads and interstate highways were open as of late morning, and no major road or traffic issues were reported. Electricity units to kwh In some of the counties that the storm has passed, it appeared that evacuations urged by local officials worked, he said.

President Barack Obama urged people in coastal northeastern Florida and Georgia to heed the instructions of local officials as Hurricane Matthew approached.

“This is still a really dangerous hurricane,” Obama said at the White House Friday. Gas knife lamb “We’re not going to know for three, four, five days what the ultimate effects of this (storm) are.”

Major southern Florida population centers such as Miami and West Palm Beach appeared to have avoided the worst of the storm, as the dangerous eyewall stayed about 100 miles off the coast.

Parts of the Miami area saw tropical storm force winds, but higher hurricane force winds were a couple hundred miles farther north. List of electricity usage by appliances Winds knocked down power lines in Miami-Dade County, leaving tens of thousands without electricity. Electricity billy elliot lyrics But only 1,000 customers were still in the dark Friday afternoon, Florida Power & Light said.

Airline passengers were urged to call and check on the status of their scheduled flights before leaving for the airport. Electricity word search puzzle Florida airports had canceled hundreds of flights, most of them in Miami, Fort Lauderdale and Orlando. Gasbuddy trip Fort Lauderdale closed its airport, airlines suspended operations in Miami and Orlando’s airport closed Thursday evening.

As northeastern Florida braced for impact, coastal communities in Georgia, South Carolina and North Carolina also were on notice. O goshi technique The storm’s center could be near or over the coasts of Georgia and South Carolina on Saturday, the hurricane center said.

• Glynn County officials wrote on Facebook that “Conditions have deteriorated to a point that persons remaining in (the area near Brunswick) are advised to shelter in place for the remainder of the storm.”

• Four counties and one city in South Carolina will be under nighttime curfews until further notice, said state Emergency Management Division spokesman Derrec Becker. Mp electricity bill payment Dorchester, Beaufort, Jasper and Williamsburg counties will be under curfew. Gas bike alley Charleston’s curfew starts at midnight. Electricity related words The curfews end each morning, at different times.

• Gov. Electricity water hose analogy Nikki Haley warned residents who didn’t evacuate to go to a shelter. Electricity formulas grade 9 A major storm surge of 8 feet or more is approaching low-lying areas in the state, including Charleston.

• Although 310,000 people have evacuated the area, Haley says that’s not enough. Electricity distribution losses Officials in some areas are going door to door, urging people to leave. Emoji gas station Police in Pawleys Island asked residents who decided to stay in spite of the evacuation orders to sign a waiver and list their next of kin, according to CNN affiliate WBTW.

• Gov. Us electricity supply voltage Pat McCrory said the forecast had change, to North Carolina’s detriment. Electricity dance moms song “What we feared is now happening in North Carolina. Electricity distribution costs The (hurricane forecast) model has changed dramatically,” he said. Gas blower will not start “The immediate concern is life-threatening rain and water (from storm surge).”

• Officials are concerned that eastern areas — like Fayetteville, home to a large Army base — that were recently flooded will see more rain from Matthew.