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Hurricane Matthew swirled along Florida's Atlantic coast on Friday with 120 mph wind after pummeling Haiti and Cuba. Although Florida avoided a direct hit from the most powerful Atlantic storm in over a decade, authorities warned the situation was still extremely dangerous.
On Saturday parts of Georgia and the Carolinas have experienced mass floods and power outages as the storm continues.
Click ahead so see the power of the storm, from aftermath to preparations.
Photo: A1A is seen after ocean waters stirred up by Hurricane Matthew washed away part of the ocean front road on October 8, 2016 in Flagler Beach, Florida.
A Charleston resident kayaks down the flooded Broad Street after Hurricane Matthew hit Charleston, South Carolina October 8, 2016.
An abandoned truck lies in submerged waters after Hurricane Matthew hit Lumberton, North Carolina October 9, 2016.
North Carolina Army National Guardsmen and local emergency services assist with evacuation efforts.
Photo: A man walks through a flooded street as Hurricane Matthew passes through the area on October 7, 2016 in St Augustine, Florida.
Hurricane Matthew's center is seen near the coast of South Carolina, U.S. in this NOAA's GOES-East satellite image captured it at 1115 EDT (1515 GMT) on October 8, 2016.
A downed tree from Hurricane Matthew rests against a home, October 8, 2016 in Savannah, Georgia.
Residents inspect a washed-out section of collapsed road after Hurricane Matthew hit the state, in Fayetteville, North Carolina.
People look out at the flooded street in front of their home as Hurricane Matthew passes through the area on October 7, 2016 in St Augustine, Florida.
Water floods the streets on and around Broad Street in the wake of Hurricane Matthew on October 8, 2016 in Charleston, South Carolina. Across the Southeast, Over 1.4 million people have lost power due to Hurricane Matthew which has been downgraded to a category 1 hurricane on Saturday morning.
A downed tree from high wind rests against an SUV in Ormond Beach, Florida, Oct. 7.
Residents walk on the sea wall promenade past partially submerged cars on East Battery Street at the southern-most tip of the city as Hurricane Matthew hits Charleston, South Carolina October 8, 2016.
Waves pound the boat docks at the Sunset Bar and Grill in Cocoa Beach, Oct. 7.
ob Birch checks on his car which floated out of his drive way as Hurricane Matthew passes through the area on October 7, 2016 in St Augustine, Florida.
The outer bands of rain from Hurricane Matthew pass over downtown Orlando, Florida, Oct. 6.
Ted Houston and his dog, Kermit, visit the surf as Palm Beach, Florida, as Hurricane Matthew approaches, Oct. 6.
While millions prepared for the storm, some die-hard surfers, including 14-year-old Hunter Goodale in Surfside Beach, South Carolina, couldn't resist riding the waves.
President Barack Obama (C) speaks about Hurricane Matthew after receiving a briefing at the Federal Emergency Management Agency headquarters in Washington, Oct. 5.
Allen Scurry (L), Brent Scurry (C) and Brandon Floyd boarded up windows at an ocean front home in anticipation of Hurricane Matthew in Garden City Beach, South Carolina, Oct. 5.
A sailboat takes on water as she sits on her side in the Indian River Friday, Oct. 7, 2016, in Rockledge, Fla.
The full scale of the devastation in hurricane-hit rural Haiti became clear as the death toll surged over 400, three days after Hurricane Matthew leveled huge swaths of the country's south.
People try to cross the overflowing Rouyonne River in Leogane, south of Port-au-Prince, Oct. 5.
A soldier carries relief aid after Hurricane Matthew passes in Jeremie, Haiti, October 9, 2016.
A boy makes his way through the flooded neighborhood of La Puya, in Santo Domingo on Oct. 4, after Matthew blew through through Hispaniola — the island shared by the Dominican Republic and Haiti.
People are being treated at the cholera treatment center at the hospital after Hurricane Matthew passes in Jeremie, Haiti, October 9, 2016.
A woman walks on a highway blocked by rocks after Hurricane Matthew smashed through Guantanamo province, Cuba, Oct. 5.
People line up to fill their cars in Coral Springs, Florida, Oct. 5.
Many service stations in South Florida, like this one in Miami, were out of gas, Oct. 6.
Miami residents stocked up on essential supplies, including flashlights and batteries, at a Home Depot store, Oct. 4.
Customers browse empty shelves at a Publix store in West Palm Beach, Florida, Oct. 5.
Residents in Kissimmee, Florida, scramble to fill sandbags to protect against flooding.
Walt Disney World, Epcot and Universal Studios theme parks all closed ahead of Hurricane Matthew. This was the only fourth time in Disney's history that the park had closed.
Resident take shelter at the Timberlin Creek Elementary School in St. Augustine, Florida, Oct. 6.
A volunteer takes care of pets in a makeshift shelter at the Timberlin Creek Elementary School in St. Augustine.
Highway A1A in Cocoa Beach, Oct. 7.
Jim Griggis (L) and Marlin Whaley clean up in Fort Pierce, Florida, Oct. 7.
People stand watch the storm-tossed surf on the outskirts of Kingston, Jamaica, Oct. 3.
A view of partially destroyed banana trees on the coast of Guantanamo province, Cuba, Oct. 5.
True color image of the Northwest Atlantic Ocean taken by the NOAA GOES weather satellite at 21:32 UTC (5:32pm EST) showing Hurricane Matthew beginning to make landfall in Florida, October 6, 2016. Credit NOAA.