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Dorian coverage brought more hot air than the hurricane did

Finally, Floridians can breathe a mass sigh of relief. All those manic storm chasers from the Weather Channel are gone.

Now we can reclaim our beaches, jetties and fishing piers, where for nearly a week we dodged TV crews and bleary-eyed correspondents wearing rain jackets even when it was 92 degrees and sunny.

Yes, these people are just trying to do their jobs, and they work hard, but too much of what gets on the air is

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