Hurricane Earl came and went, and apart from some flooding, intermittent power outages and canceled LIRR lines, there wasn’t much to show for it.
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Hurricane Earl is currently en route to Nova Scotia and Canada, although it has already been downgraded from a Category 4 on Thursday to a Category 1 yesterday to a tropical storm late last night.
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