Forecasters have adjusted the projected track of Hurricane Matthew, with the storm expected to curl out into the Atlantic Ocean, completely bypassing the Northeast and Connecticut.
The new track shows the storm hugging the Florida coastline before taking a sharp right turn off the coast of South Carolina and heading out into the Atlantic.
"The big change this morning is that the storm is then going to take a right-hand turn and then loop back toward the Bahamas and Florida," said FOX 61 chief meteorologist Joe Furey.
The change in direction means no much-needed rain in Connecticut. Most of the state is in a severe drought,...