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- Winds now up to 120 mph, eye becoming better defined
- Hurricane Warnings Daytona Beach to Fort Lauderdale, inland roughly 30 miles
-A Tropical Storm Watch has been issued for the Florida Gulf Coast from north of Chokoloskee to the Suwanee River
- NHC says details on impacts still NOT clarified due to margin of error
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Matthew is re-strengthening. After passing over the eastern tip of Cuba early Tuesday morning, Hurricane Hunter Data and satellite images confirm that the storm's eye has become better defined and winds were increasing. Hurricane Matthew is expected to strengthen into a Category 4 storm as it approaches Florida's Atlantic Coast Thursday afternoon.