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Winter Weather / Cold and Snow #1057803

CNN Evening News for Friday, Jan 03, 2014
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(Studio: Ashleigh Banfield) The deadly cold winter weather in New York City and Boston introduced.

(No location given: Gary Tuchman) The snow and extreme cold featured; scenes shown from New York roads, a bus accident in New Jersey, a school bus accident in Missouri, an overturned semi in Missouri, the plows in NYC, snow in Boston, Situate, Hampton Beach and New Hampshire, a fire in Nebraska, snowbound folk in airports and boiling water turning to snow. [Six PEOPLE, SUffolk County executive Steve BELLONE†, NYC Mayor Bill de BLASIO, FIREFIGHTER - offer views on the weather.]

(Studio: Ashleigh Banfield; studio: Alexandra Steele) The dramatic cold and snowy weather forecast reviewed and next week's cold weather discussed; inset scenes of snowy weather and weather and temperature maps shown.

Banfield, Ashleigh;
Tuchman, Gary;
Steele, Alexandra

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