No Florida city landed a spot on the top 10 list in the Milken “Best Cities for Successful Aging” report released earlier this year. (Photo: Shutterstock)

In the face of the devastation wrought on Florida by Hurricane Irma, the Sunshine State may be losing some of its appeal as the perfect place for retirement.

A Washington Post report points out some of the drawbacks for retirees that have been highlighted by the storm—and that might make you want to change your mind, and your plans, about where to spend your golden years.

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