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Earl, downgraded to tropical storm, heads north to Canada

The hurricane that closed down many East Coast beach communities didn't deliver as mighty a punch as feared.

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With Earl's exit, New England gets on with Labor Day
Article | YARMOUTH, MASS. - In the end, Earl's worst damage in New England was to seasonal businesses hoping to end their summer on a high note.
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Hurricane Earl approaches: Some dig in, others flee coast
Article | Hurricane Earl swirled toward the East Coast on Thursday with treacherous winds and driving rain, forcing thousands of vacationers to evacuate parts of the Outer Banks and setting in motion a flurry of preparations to minimize damage as far north as Maine.
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Earl's biggest damage in Northeast: business
Article | YARMOUTH, Mass. -- In the end, Earl's worst damage in New England was to seasonal businesses hoping to end their summer on a high note.
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Mess with Washington at your own peril, Earl
Article | Come on, Hurricane Earl, take your best shot. Brush up against us; make high clouds over Washington. We don't much like weather around these parts. And if you so much as send a band of tropical rain our way, we'll go grocery shopping on you. We mean business, Earl. Ever heard of Storm Tracker, Li...
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Hurricane Earl threatens holiday travel plans
Article | More Americans plan to travel over the Labor Day weekend this year than last -- including almost 790,000 in the Washington region -- but those on the East Coast might think twice if tropical weather bears down by Friday.

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