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Cape Cod / #1177597

CNN Evening News for Sunday, Sep 04, 2016
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The massive storm that is beating, often soaking a lot of the eastern seaboard is making quite a mess out of this Labor Day weekend for a whole lot of folks. And what's making this already deadly storm so unusual is that it is expected to turn into a hurricane again. It is moving out to sea right now, and that's what's expected to get stronger. Our meteorologist Tom Sater is joining me now from the severe weather center. And Tom, you think, what, it's moving off, off, off shore, that we're fine,...
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Tom Sater
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00:02:49

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