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Irma’s Wrath Goes Beyond Wind and Rain. It’s Caused Tornados and Literally Moved the Sea.

Hurricane Irma is careening through Florida, and anyone still in its path has been privy to some of the storm’s less expected meteorological side effects. Yes, there have been winds, rain, and flooding. But that's not all. CBS reported Saturday that a tornado had approached the shore from the ocean in Fort Lauderdale: It dissipated once it hit land, but there have been reports of tornadoes elsewhere, too.
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