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Florida dodges a bullet: Hurricane Matthew weakens as it moves to the north

A slight wobble in the track of Hurricane Matthew early Friday morning may have saved Florida from potentially catastrophic conditions and instead turned the storm into a major—but still dangerous—wind and rain machine. The storm’s eye has become slightly disorganized as it dropped to a Category...
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