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Hurricane Isaias Heads Toward Florida’s Coast As State Battles Coronavirus Surge

CBS 2 Saturday, 1 August 2020
The hurricane is expected to approach Florida's southeast coast on Saturday and Sunday, according to the National Hurricane Center. Florida's governor has declared a state of emergency.
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News video: Hurricane Isaias expected to reach Florida's southeast coast Saturday

Hurricane Isaias expected to reach Florida's southeast coast Saturday 02:30

Hurricane Isaias is just hours away from approaching the southeast coast of Florida.

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