"Another rescuer would be a weakening of the Bermuda High, the ridge of high pressure in the western Atlantic that helped steer all those hurricanes into Florida last year. But Jim Lushine, a forecaster at the National Weather Service's Miami office, said it's still unclear whether the high will weaken enough to put Florida out of harm's way."
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