[76], Experiencing a direct hit from the eyewall of Matthew, Grand Bahama suffered extensive damage. Issu d'une onde tropicale sortant de la côte africaine le 22 septembre et qui a traversé l'Atlantique tropical avec peu d'intensification, Matthew est devenu rapidement une tempête tropicale en arrivant près des îles du Vent le 28 septembre et un ouragan placé en catégorie 5 en moins de 2 jours dans la mer des Caraïbes, le premier ouragan à atteindre ce niveau dans le bassin atlantique depuis Felix en 2007[1]. Jusqu'à 80 % des récoltes furent détruites par l'ouragan, menaçant le pays de famine, a déclaré le chef du Programme des Nations unies pour le développement (PNUD). USS Mesa Verde and USS George Washington were later relieved by USS Iwo Jima, along with the 24th Marine Expeditionary Unit. [35] According to the International Organization for Migration, 55,107 internally displaced persons remained in camps or hosting sites without adequate protection from the hurricane. Air conditioning was lost throughout Launch Complex 39 as well. [53], On October 5, Port Canaveral was closed by the U.S. Coast Guard, the first closure since 2004. Several roads were closed to heavy trucks, including Halifax Harbour bridges and the Confederation Bridge between New Brunswick and Prince Edward Island. Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Felix in 2007. [34] Although government officials held meetings on storm preparation, Radio France Internationale reported that Haiti does not have the logistical capability to handle a large-scale disaster. [81] Approximately 2.1 million people were affected by the storm, of whom 1.4 million (12 percent of Haiti's population) were left in need of assistance. [31] Flights across southern islands were cancelled and schools suspended operations beginning the following day. [58], The Southeastern Conference football game between LSU and Florida, scheduled for October 8 in Gainesville, was cancelled, while the SEC football game between Georgia and South Carolina, scheduled for October 8 in Columbia, was moved to October 9. Here's why I changed my mind", "Gov. In Nova Scotia, rain amounts were recorded from east to west as 8.85 in (224.8 mm) in Sydney (Cape Breton Island), 5.09 in (129.2 mm) in Port Hawkesbury, 4.50 in (114.4 mm) in Chéticamp, 4.05 in (102.8 mm) in Halifax, 3.263 in (82.88 mm) in Kentville, and 1.94 in (49.2 mm) in Yarmouth. Gusts in the nation's capital city of Port-au-Prince reached 60 mph (97 km/h). Matthew est passée entre Cuba et Hispaniola le 4 octobre à la catégorie 4, faisant entre 546 et 1 000 morts en Haïti et 4 en République Dominicaine. Le match de football américain universitaire entre LSU et l'université de Floride, prévu pour le 8 octobre à Gainesville, fut annulé. [17] Officials opened shelters and closed beaches across the peninsula. La pression centrale était au plus bas à 934 hPa et sa vitesse était de 13 km/h[9]. Subissant le passage de l'ouragan sur la plupart des îles, les autorités de l'archipel ne rapportèrent cependant aucune victime directe ne fut cependant signalée mais un vieil homme est mort d'une crise cardiaque après avoir été transporté par avion au départ de Andros à New Providence pendant la tempête[61]. [110] Despite the severity of damage, no fatalities were reported in the city. Only 576 shelters, with a collective capacity of 90,000 people, were listed for all of southern Haiti. Along the coast, rip currents and beach erosion was reported, with additional flooding due to rainfall occurring. L'Unicef estima le 8 octobre que c'est 1,3 million d'Haïtiens, soit 10 % de la population du pays, qui furent touchés, dont un demi-million d'enfants. Des inondations importantes affectèrent la côte, en particulier dans la ville de Charleston où l'eau de mer envahit une partie de la ville après le bris du mur de protection le long de la côte[73]. En Haïti, la mission onusienne MINUSTAH déploya ses effectifs en renfort et une équipe d'évaluation de la catastrophe et de coordination des Nations unis arriva le 2 octobre. [29], Though forecast to pass over Jamaica at the time, the large extent of tropical storm-force winds prompted the issuance of a tropical storm watch for Haiti's Tiburon Peninsula toward the border with the Dominican Republic. The tweets implied that the hurricane was not as dangerous as it seemed and that politicians were trying to "blame mankind,"[70] referring to a blog posting about Hillary Clinton. La pluie continue tomba parfois à un taux de 10 à 20 mm/h et même 42 mm/h à Burgeo. [80], The Dominican Republic reported significant rainfall and coastal flooding due to Matthew. La Floride se préparait mercredi 5 octobre à l'arrivée de l'ouragan Matthew qui devrait frapper de plein fouet les côtes orientales de cet Etat américain dès jeudi soir. [139] Sections of Interstate 95 in South Carolina and in North Carolina had to be shut down as a result of hurricane flooding. L'ouragan Matthew fouettait vendredi matin la côte est de la Floride de violentes bourrasques allant jusqu'à 195 km/h, accompagnées de pluies … Illustration à propos Ouragan désastreux Matthew sur le littoral de la Floride illustration 3D Éléments de cette image meublés par la NASA. [27][28] A total of 900 shelters opened across Jamaica and the Urban Transit Company provided buses to evacuate people from Kingston to the National Arena. Hurricane Matthew was the first Category 5 Atlantic hurricane since Felix in 2007. Ouragan Matthew: plusieurs vols vers la Floride annulés TVA Nouvelles | Publié le 6 octobre 2016 à 12:27 - Mis à jour le 6 octobre 2016 à 18:27 [24] The Jamaica Public Service informed residents that the power grid might be shut off during the storm if conditions became severe. Strong wind gusts tore at the island's vegetation, causing minor damage. Il a en particulier touché les cultures vivrières de riz, de seigle et de haricots, mais aussi celles d'exportation que sont le cacao, le café et les arbres fruitiers[60]. Older buildings at the KSC were designed to withstand winds of 105–125 mph (169–201 km/h); buildings constructed after 1992, when Category 5 Hurricane Andrew struck the Miami area, are built to withstand 130 mph (210 km/h) winds. It will be replaced with Martin for the 2022 Atlantic hurricane season. 1- Premier ouragan catégorie 4 à toucher la Floride depuis 10 ans. [163][164], In Georgia, the Governor retracted previous evacuations later, emphasizing that their lives could not be endangered for those who chose not to leave. [32] Life-threatening rainfall was forecast to affect much of the nation,[33] with accumulations averaging 15 to 25 in (38 to 64 cm) along the southern coast with isolated peaks up to 40 in (100 cm). D'innombrables arbres et poteaux électriques furent renversés par les vents, plusieurs tombant sur les routes et coupant toute circulation pour les secours. Suivre. Cuba's and Haiti's mountainous terrain weakened Matthew to Category 3 status, as it began to accelerate northwestwards through the Bahamas. [1] Matthew also maintained at least Category 4 status for the longest duration on record for the month of October, according to Phil Klotzbach of Colorado State University, doing so for roughly 5 days. Des équipes de secours, la police et l'armée furent mobilisées et des refuges furent ouverts dans toute l'île[27]. [167], On March 26, 2017, it was announced by the World Meteorological Organization that the name Matthew was retired, due to the extensive damage and loss of life it caused along its track, particularly in Haiti, Cuba, and the United States, and will never again be used to name an Atlantic hurricane. [166] In April 2017, North Carolina Governor Roy Cooper requested $929 million in federal funds. Ouragan Matthew: Une seconde victime en Floride. 29/09/2016: Ouragan Categorie 1 proche de Curacao. Roads in Castries, Gros-Islet, Dennery, and Soufriere became impassible from debris or landslides. Matthew intensified into a Category 5 hurricane at a latitude of 13.4 degrees north, breaking the record set by Ivan in 2004, which had reached that intensity at a latitude of 13.7 degrees north. L’ouragan Matthew est le quatorzième système tropical de la saison cyclonique 2016 dans l'océan Atlantique nord, le treizième à recevoir un nom, le cinquième ouragan et le second ouragan majeur (catégorie 3 ou plus). A vigorous tropical wave moved off the coast of Africa on September 22 and moved rapidly across the Atlantic, being monitored by the National Hurricane Center (NHC) for possible tropical cyclogenesis. [32] Evacuations of more than 1 million people across Cuba started that morning, including 252,000 in Santiago de Cuba, and 230,000 from Las Tunas with priority placed on those along the coast. Dès lors des alertes cycloniques furent émises pour les Petites Antilles dont une vigilance orange pour la Martinique et la Guadeloupe. [146] In Greenville, the Tar River crested at 24.5 ft (7.5 m). [86] The dangerous conditions produced by Matthew prevented thousands of people from voting in a peace agreement referendum.[88]. [51] Evacuations of Cape Lookout National Seashore in North Carolina began this day as well. Les résidents des îles ABC furent avisés de sécuriser leurs maisons et de faire des provisions ce qui causa de longues files aux supermarchés et aux stations service[24]. [82] The nation's banana crop suffered significant damage; 85 percent of farms reported losses. Matthew y détruisit 80 % des habitations des maisons, écrasa des murs en ciment, fit tomber des arbres et arracha des toits, forçant des milliers d’Haïtiens à chercher refuge en lieu sûr[58]. The main road from Fort-de-France to southern towns was rendered impassable during the storm. En Dominique, les écoles furent fermées jusqu'au lundi 3 octobre et une bonne partie de la population fut sans électricité après le passage de Matthew[44]. Le 10 octobre 2016 au matin, le bilan provisoire fait état de quatre morts en République dominicaine[54] et au moins 1 000 en Haïti selon plusieurs sources[55],[56]. Les États-Unis n’ont été frappés par un ouragan majeur (catégorie 3 et plus) depuis 2005. The storm significantly weakened while closely paralleling the coasts of Florida and Georgia, the western portion of the outer eyewall came ashore in Florida as a Category 3 hurricane, while the inner eyewall remained just offshore. The Little Pee Dee River reached a record crest of 17.1 ft (5.2 m) at Galivant's Ferry, also breaking a 1928 record. [8] Heavy rainfall in Grenada disrupted the water supply in multiple communities. Issu d'une onde tropicale sortant de la côte africaine le 22 septembre et qui a traversé l'Atlantique tropical avec peu d'intensification, Matthew est devenu rapidement une tempête tropicale en arrivant près des îles du Ventle 28 septembre et un ouragan placé en catégorie 5 en moins de 2 jours da… Poursuivant à 24 km/h vers l'ouest, le système continuait à s'approfondir pour devenir de catégorie 2 tôt le 30 septembre[7]. Grand Bahama was hit directly, where most homes sustained damage in the townships of Eight Mile Rock and Holmes Rock. [47], On October 3, the governors of Florida and North Carolina declared a state of emergency. [72] The claims of conspiracy were posted as Matthew posed a dire threat to Florida's east coast and when residents across the state were being urged to evacuate immediately. [6] Schools and businesses were closed for the duration of Matthew's passage on September 27 and 28 on Grenada,[7] St. Vincent and St. Lucia; schools in Dominica suspended classes until October 3. Democratic Representative Keith Ellison called the comments "irresponsible" and urged people to "not listen to this man. Certains sont allés observer les dégâts laissés par les vents violents et les marées sur une route le long de la plage. La ville de St. Alban's, une communauté d'environ 1200, fut coupé des communautés environnantes lorsque le pont principal en ville fut emporté par les flots[80]. Plus de 250 000 clients perdirent le courant en Géorgie et 473 000 en Caroline du Sud, où des inondations importantes furent signalées à Charleston après le bris d'une digue. Près de 900 morts en Haïti, la Floride balayée. Les aéroports furent fermés, les bateaux de croisière déroutés et les habitants sommés par les autorités de gagner les hauteurs des îles, par peur de la montée des eaux, avant le passage de Matthew. À la base de lancement de Cap Canaveral, la 45e escadre de la Force aérienne de États-Unis déconnecta l'électricité à des installations non essentielles dès le 4 octobre[38]. However, Matthew began to weaken again as an eyewall replacement cycle took place. It caused extensive damage to landmasses in the Greater Antilles, and severe damage in several islands of the Bahamas which were still recovering from Joaquin, which had pounded such areas nearly a year earlier. [57] This was the first time since 2004 that the parks have closed, all instances due to hurricanes. One hundred female prisoners were relocated from a facility in St. Catherine Parish to another in Kingston. Approximately 4,000 people lost their water supply. Matthew se déplace vers le nord-nord-ouest à environ 20 km/h) et devrait maintenir cette vitesse aujourd’hui. [147], When the hurricane hit Virginia, Matthew caused two deaths. 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Le 4 octobre, Matthew a finalement touché la côte sud-ouest d'Haïti vers 11 h UTC (7 h locale) à 15 km à l'ouest de Tiburon, près de la localité de Les Anglais[11].