Sacramento PG&E Crews Stand Down As Hurricane Matthew Takes Odd Turn

SACRAMENTO (CBS13) — PG&E crews that were supposed to head to Florida to help clean up after Hurricane Matthew are standing down as the storm has taken a different path.

The workers were going to West Palm Beach to help the hardest hit communities, but the storm’s track headed eastward, leaving less damage than expected.

Now, the storm is projected to make a loop, potentially making its way back to Florida by the middle of next week.

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  1. That’s right. National Hurricane Center maps show it looping back south. But when it does that, it goes back to warmer water and will be reborn again with hurricane-force strength.

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