Hurricane Matthew Is Even Scary by Satellite Storm resembles skull in infrared satellite image By Arden Dier, Newser Staff Posted Oct 5, 2016 8:14 AM CDT 40 comments Comments Matthew isn't pretty. (Twitter/Stu Ostro)Matthew isn't pretty. (Twitter/Stu Ostro) (Newser) – An ominous "face" spotted in an infrared satellite image of Hurricane Matthew isn't likely to calm fears as the storm heads toward the US. Noticed by a Weather Channel meteorologist, the gray shape, sort of like a skull—though others say it resembles the Grinch—appeared to be grinning as the storm moved over western Haiti on Tuesday. Those battered by the storm probably weren't smiling: The storm has killed at least 11 people, per the Weather Channel: five in Haiti, four in the Dominican Republic, one in Colombia, and one in St. Vincent and the Grenadines.