Hurricane Matthew cancels trip to New Jersey

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According to Rob Reale, a meteorologist at the WeatherWorks forecasting company, based in Hackettstown.

Reale said the atmospheric conditions did not change much in the past day or so, but two big things did change: Hurricane Matthew slowed down, and a cold front that's moving across the central United States to the East sped up a bit.

As a result, Matthew is still expected to hug the coast of Florida, Georgia and South Carolina during the next few days, but by the time it moves up to North Carolina, the cold front is expected to be in place to push the hurricane far offshore, farther east than forecasters had predicted on Tuesday.

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