Hurricane Matthew updates: Check our WeatherPlus blog.
You’ve probably been bombarded with news, tweets and pictures regarding #HurricaneMatthew as it goes through the Caribbean and possibly hugs the eastern United States over the next few days.
However, if you’re still not convinced by the latest media hype (even though you should), check out the local forecast from the Pelican Park Weather Station:
The coconut suggests that it’s still calm in Palm Beach county, and a few pictures from today actually prove it.
Weather so nice today, that many have been enjoying outdoor activities.
Or relaxing on their ocean view patios watching the skies change throughout the day.
On the other hand, as also stated by @dr.jakehyde on his caption above, “the only calm thing in town seems to be the weather.”
Take a look how people in the county are preparing for #HurricaneMatthew
Why not use your lunch break today to get ready? @bcathcart84 did!
Including myself as I was freaking out because I couldn’t find water since yesterday.
And there’s also a group of people (probably the smart ones) who are simply avoiding Hurricane Matthew at all costs.
@josephpauldavis is heading to DC.
As much as Floridians say they hate hurricanes, there's a childlike fascination and excitement. Panic is part of the schtick, fueled my TV networks cashing in on advertising time with quadrupled rates as everyone's watching their TVs. Milk, water, bread are all sold out… There will be damage, but hopefully nothing great, or people hurt. I'm heading to DC! #hurricanematthew #southflorida #palmbeach #herewegoagain #pleasepassusby
@refined_fashion has no business doing in the island.
Even though the skies are crisp and blue today, this pool seemed completely empty.
No lines outside of the Gucci store. #Priorities
@thejenobrien seems to be hopeful still.
But @_Juniorsalas83 is not taking any chance… and he seems upset about his departure.
Once again, To get the latest updates on Hurricane Matthew check our WeatherPlus blog.