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Hurricane's Circuitous Path to Florida

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Hurricane's Circuitous Path to Florida

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Hurricane's Circuitous Path to Florida

Hurricane's Circuitous Path to Florida

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Jeanne was the hurricane that couldn't make up its mind. First it charged westward across the Atlantic, then it meandered in a circle before deciding to march toward Florida after all. NPR's Jon Hamilton explores the meteorological basis of Jeanne's mood swings.

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