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Holiday Weather / Tropical Storm Beryl / Heat #1023774

NBC Evening News for Monday, May 28, 2012
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(Studio: Savannah Guthrie) The extreme weather this Memorial Day introduced.

(Jacksonville Beach, Florida: Mike Seidel) The impact of Tropical Storm Beryl in the Southeast reviewed; scenes shown of rain, high waves, kite-surfing on Fernandina Beach, Florida, downed trees and power lines, flooding; details given about rip current rescues; map shown of the storm’s projected path. [2 TOURISTS, RESIDENT – comment.] [Jacksonville, Florida Mayor Alvin BROWN†- comments on repair work.]

(Studio: Savannah Guthrie) Report introduced.

(St. Simons Island, Georgia: Jim Cantore) The record heat across much of the country featured; details given about health problems at the Indianapolis 500 auto race; temperature map shown.

Guthrie, Savannah;
Seidel, Mike;
Cantore, Jim

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