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Extreme Weather / Tornadoes #1055149

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, May 29, 2013
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The severe weather introduced; map shown.

(Pratt, Kansas: Janet Shamlian) The threat from the violent storms featured; scenes shown of twisters in Kansas, Pennsylvania & Michigan, damage, a KAMR news team sheltering in a bathroom in Amarillo, Texas, flooding at Carl Sandburg College in Illinois, memorials outside Plaza Towers Elementary School and cleanup in Moore, Oklahoma; map shown. [Kansas resident Denny SNRA††- comments.] [KAMR meteorologist John HARRIS††- says we knew something was going on outside the building.] [The Weather Channel’s Greg FORBES†- notes the conditions are similar to what we saw when Shawnee & Moore, Oklahoma were hit 10 days ago.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(The Weather Channel: Chris Warren) The forecast for more severe weather presented; maps/diagrams shown.

Williams, Brian;
Shamlian, Janet;
Warren, Chris

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