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Winter Weather / New Year #1058178

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Dec 31, 2013
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(Studio: Maurice DuBois) The New Year’s celebration in Dubai and the crowds in New York City’s Times Square shown; the cold temperatures noted; map shown.

(Minneapolis: Jamie Yuccas) The uncommon cold featured; scenes shown of steam rising from Lake Superior, snow, traffic accidents. [Iowa State Patrol Sgt. Scott BRIGHT††- says ice under the snow is causing people to lose control.] [Hennepin County Medical Center Dr. Ryan FEY††- comments on frostbite cases in Minneapolis.] [In Times Square, tourist Shelby NELSON – comments on dressing for the cold.] The expected record cold in International Falls, Minnesota and the snow in Chicago noted.

(Studio: Maurice DuBois) The forecast for snow tomorrow noted; map shown.

DuBois, Maurice;
Yuccas, Jamie

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