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Open thread for night owls: Florida now more vulnerable than it used to be to a hurricane like Irma

At Mother Jones, Rebecca Leber writes—Here’s Why Florida Is so Much More Vulnerable to a Hurricane Like Irma Right Now: Hurricane Irma is making a beeline for Florida this weekend. Now a Category 4 storm, it is so big and has proved to be so devastating that Governor Rick Scott has advised the 20.6 million residents of the Sunshine State “to be prepared to evacuate soon.
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