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Florida: Tropical Storm Melissa is no longer a danger. It’s moving away into the Ocean

Good news from the National Hurricane Center in Miami about Storm Melissa. It is dissipating and gradually moving into the open Atlantic Ocean.

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Florida: Tropical Storm Melissa is no longer a danger. It’s moving away into the Ocean

Florida can breathe a sigh of relief. Tropical storm Melissa is no longer a danger.

According to the National Hurricane center in Miami, Melissa was about 415 miles south of Cape Race and was blowing away with maximum winds own to 40mph.

The situation seemed very critical and the population was anxious about the arrival of Melissa, which fortunately did not occur.

According to the experts, in fact, Melissa would be moving more and more towards the Atlantic Ocean and its arrival in Florida would therefore be averted.

Finally good news after hours of anxiety and concern. Too often, in fact, Florida has had to deal with tropical storms and devastating hurricanes that have caused enormous damage to the population.

Sometimes, in fact, even the most violent storms or hurricanes can lose intensity and therefore worry less and less or they can gradually change their course ending up unleashing their devastating fury in the open sea.

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