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Power companies, marinas, and waterfront communities along Virginia's coast and tributaries are not taking any chances with Hurricane Matthew. Models used to track the storm keep changing, making it hard to predict the impact on Virginia.

Matthew's track has changed dramatically since Tuesday, when models showed the center of the hurricane off the Virginia Coast. Eric Seymour is a hydrologist with the National Weather Service in Wakefield.

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Around the Chesapeake Bay, a stalled weather system and remnants of Tropical Storm Julia dumped between eight and 13 inches of rain over the past few days. Flooding closed and delayed schools in the eastern part of the state.

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Flooding over the past two weeks in Virginia and West Virginia has resulted in about two dozen fatalities and caused devastation to homes and belongings. Thursday, the Virginia Department of Emergency Management is facilitating a live Twitter chat about flood insurance. Dawn Eischen is a spokesperson for VDEM; Tab O'Neal spoke with her about the need for flood insurance and a social media chat about it.

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More than 140-thousand customers of Dominion Virginia Power are still without power after last night's storm took down trees and powerlines with winds that reached 70 miles an hour.

Multiple Tornadoes Confirmed in Virginia

Feb 25, 2016
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The day after Virginia was battered by at least three confirmed tornadoes, Governor Terry McAuliffe visited the hardest-hit regions of the state to assess the damage.

The governor visited Appomattox—where one of the state’s four tornado deaths was recorded as a funnel cloud left an 8-to-10 mile path of debris, and injured seven. About 100 structures were damaged-- 20 severely-- including some that were flattened.