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    More than 330,000 wake up without power after Hurricane Nicole lashes Florida with 75mph winds and torrential rains as Tiffany Trump ‘flips out’ as lavish Mar-A-Lago wedding set to be washout: Heavy rain to cause flooding in Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York
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    Hurricane Nicole is still lashing Florida’s Atlantic coast with 75mph winds as the dangerous storm batters the Sunshine State with powerful winds ahead of Tiffany Trump’s lavish weekend wedding, Your Content has learned.

    Hurricane Nicole made landfall at 3am in Florida and is slowly moving northeast towards Georgia and South Carolina.

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    More than 300,000 homes have been left without power because of the storm – the first to hit the US in November for 40 years.

    Tiffany Trump is ‘flipping out’ ahead of her lavish wedding to billionaire heir Michael Boulous this weekend as her father’s plush Mar-A-Lago resort was forced to send staff home.

    The hurricane was downgraded to a tropical storm shortly after making landfall on North Hutchinson Island around 140 miles north of Miami.

    Flash flooding is expected to hit Ohio, Pennsylvania and New York as the storm continues to move north with strong wind and rain expected to drench the coast,‘according to DailyMail.

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