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‘Just another adventure!’: Wisconsin snowbirds defy Hurricane Matthew warnings to stay at the beach

A Category 4 hurricane is not something to treat lightly, especially if you live on the coast of Florida. That said, it seems not everyone understands the dangers of staying in place while a storm with winds of up to 140 miles per hour barrels toward you. The Weather Channel on Thursday caught up...
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