Early Monday morning, weather experts started to notice a path shifting from Hurricane Matthew.

Originally the storm’s path was headed through Cuba and up the east coast of the United States toward the carolinas.


Since then, the path of storm has started to shift more west and could possibly hit central Florida between Thursday and Friday.

Florida Governor Rick Scott declared a state of emergency for all Florida counties this afternoon around 1 p.m. est.

“I have declared a state of emergency in every Florida county due to the severity and magnitude of Hurricane Matthew,” Scott tweeted.

Governor Scott also advised Floridians to start preparing now for the storm.

“Visit FLgetaplan.com and be prepared with at least 3 days of food & water, medications, and a fully charged cell phone,” Scott tweeted again.

Check back to KnightNews.com for continued coverage of Hurricane Matthew.