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Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

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Cleaning Up, Moving on from Wilma

Katrina & Beyond

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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