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*Breaking: Hurricane Maria's strength has fluctuated a bit this morning but is back to a category 5 status with winds of 160 mph. Maria made a direct hit to the island of Dominca, causing devastation. Maria is on track to move over Puerto Rico tomorrow with winds over 145 mph.

- Meteorologist Matt DiPirro 7News
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