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Winter Weather / Cold #1058845

CNN Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 21, 2014
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(Studio: Anderson Cooper) The cancellation of hockey games. plane flights and schools due to the cold weather noted; scenes shown of a spinning car in Washington, DC, where business closed, a truck accident in Iowa, snow in Indiana, Chicago, Ohio. [Chicago office of emergency management Gary SCHENKEL†- comments on the dangerous conditions.]

(Plymouth, Massachusetts: Chad Myers) The cold, blizzard weather in Massachusetts featured; scenes shown from Plymouth harbor.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Port Washington, New York: Poppy Harlow) The snow and freezing cold in New York state discussed; scenes shown of snow.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; Washington: Athena Jones) The snow and dangerous cold in Washington, DC, discussed; scenes shown of snow.

(Studio: Anderson Cooper; studio: Jennifer Gray) The cold and snowy weather in the East reviewed and the turmoil at the airports discussed; snow and weather and temperature maps shown.

Cooper, Anderson;
Myers, Chad;
Harlow, Poppy;
Jones, Athena;
Gray, Jennifer

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