Video in the News: The Path of Wilma's Wrath

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October 31, 2005—Hurricane Wilma was a storm for the history books in more ways than one. When it first took shape as the 21st tropical storm of 2005, it tied the record set in 1933 for the most storms formed in a single season. Wilma then went on to become the most powerful hurricane in Atlantic history—and the fastest- growing—as it surged through the Caribbean Sea and across the Gulf of Mexico. Follow the path of this historic storm and witness first-hand the devastation left in its wake.

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