What Boca Raton Looks Like During Hurricane Matthew, Based On Photos From You And More
Hurricane Matthew has spared Palm Beach County from its worst, as the storm continues its way up the northeastern coast of Florida.
We've been sharing photos and videos from the area and encouraging our readers to share their own submissions—pictures of supply kits, families hunkered down for the storm, or fallen trees and other damage.
Have more? Send in your photos or videos by tagging @bocalifemag on social media (Facebook, Twitter, Instagram). We will also be checking Facebook messages for submissions. Just let us know what we're looking at and the location.
For all of our updates on Hurricane Matthew from the last few days, find updates here.
National Guard had arrived at the PBC Emergency Operations Center. pic.twitter.com/k5Qf9YhAHZ— Jennifer Sorentrue (@sorentruepbp) October 6, 2016
Mizner Park in Boca is a ghost town. Nothing appears to be open today. pic.twitter.com/NtJCYEobYY— Lulu Ramadan (@luluramadan) October 6, 2016
Hunkered down in Boca, submitted via Facebook by Veronika Palacio
Elsewhere around Florida, on Thursday:
Early Thursday from the Bahamas:
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