CBS Evening News for Friday, Sep 02, 2011
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(Los Angeles: Ben Tracy) The series of extreme weather events due to La Nina featured; scenes shown of huge waves on the West Coast, deep snow, floods, drought-stricken Texas, wildfires; diagrams shown; La Nina prediction increase cited; details given about the possibility of more hurricanes.[NASA climatologist Bill PATZERT- says temperatures at the equator are starting to drop.]
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