Hurricane Matthew is the most powerful Atlantic tropical storm in almost a decade, according to NBC News—and, as you’d expect, it looks pretty damn menacing. The International Space Station tweeted a video of the category 4 storm from space, and, well, look:
Hurricane Matthew has made landfall in AOSIS member country, Haiti, as a category 4 hurricane on the Saffir-Simpson Hurricane Wind Scale with sustained winds near 145 mph–making it the strongest hurricane to make landfall in the country since Hurricane Cleo in 1964.
Weather forecasters are saying that the hurricane could be catastrophic, especially considering its 140mph winds barreling straight toward Haiti.
In unrelated news, everything is terrifying and human existence is fleeting. In addition to powerful winds, Matthew is expected to bring a storm surge of 6-12 feet to the coast and rainfall totals of 40 inches or more. As seen in this exclusive footage, heavy winds have already ripped roofs off of buildings