Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma Hurricane Wilma is moving farther out into the Atlantic Ocean, but the United States isn't quite done with the storm yet. Residents in northeastern states are getting a lot of rain, and in Florida, 6 million people are without power.
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Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

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Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

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Hurricane Wilma is moving farther out into the Atlantic Ocean, but the United States isn't quite done with the storm yet. Residents in northeastern states are getting a lot of rain, and in Florida, 6 million people are without power.

Guests:

Wanda Demarzo, reporter for The Miami-Herald

David Plazas, reporter for the Ft. Myers News-Press

Walter Drag, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Taunton, Mass.

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