Saturday marks the end of the 2019 hurricane season. The season is described as "above normal" for the 4th year in a row with 18 named storms. NOAA's Dr. Gerry Bell says the big headline this year is Hurricane Dorian because it stayed stationary over the Bahamas-wreaking major havoc with storm surge, flooding, strong winds, rip currents and downed power lines. Some 76-thousand people there are still homeless. Florida was spared the worst of the damage, but the Sunshine State is still recovering from Michael in 2018 and Irma in 2017.
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