- The National Hurricane Center (NHC) is the place to find the official tropical cyclone forecasts and warnings issued by the US government for the North Atlantic as well as the Eastern North Pacific. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
- The Weather Underground Tropical Weather Page is a very comprehensive and easy to use site which provides excellent tools for storm tracking for both the professional and the amateur. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
- The Naval Research Lab (NRL) Monterey Marine Meteorology Division Tropical Cyclone page provides global storm tracking with comprehensive satellite and forecast track information on tropical cyclones across the globe. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
- Stormpulse offers both current and archive tracks on an interactive map that allows you to overlay satellite, radar and surface data. It also allows you to quickly check how far the storm centre is from major cities/ports. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
- NOAA’s Satellites and Information website also provides satellite imagery of major storms in near real-time. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
- NASA often provides great satellite imagery for major hurricanes and cyclones. Hurricane Matthew coverage HERE.
Here's a video from NASA showing Matthew moving to wards the Bahamas.