Hurricane Matthew has left it’s mark on the East coast of the United States, being the most powerful Atlantic hurricane over the past 10 years. It’s path and intensity have been hard to predict as it’s power has fluctuated intensely. So, how do scientists go about predicting it’s path and power as it’s churning in our oceans? The Wall Street Journal meets up with NASA scientist Dr. Owen Kelley to take us inside the storm and learn more about how they manage a hurricane’s tracking using some of the most sophisticated technology out there:

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