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Hurricane Matthew continued up the coast in slightly diminutive form, a last minute wobble and some mild weakening spared Florida the worst, but it wrecked homes and flooded business the whole way and it’s not over yet. Locals are just now assessing the damage and starting to think about cleaning up, but it’s already clear the damage is in the billions and could end up surpassing other hurricanes in total dollars simply because of Matthew’s path.
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