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Storm's 50-mile difference between disaster and catastrophe

Hurricane Matthew's close-but-not-quite-direct-hit path along the Florida and Georgia coasts skirted the difference between disaster and catastrophe, meteorologists said. Even though Matthew eventually made landfall in South Carolina as a … Click to Continue »
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