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NBC Evening News for Thursday, Apr 03, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The severe weather introduced; map shown. NOTE: Local weather bulletin on screen.

(North Little Rock, Arkansas: Mike Seidel) The impact of the violent weather reviewed; details given about the tornado threat; scenes shown of hail in Missouri & Kansas, rain, tornado damage in University City, Missouri, flooding in St. Louis & Indiana; map shown of states in the path of the storm. [St. Louis fire department Capt. Gary MOSBY†- comments.] [Minnesota MAN – says we’re in a blizzard warning and we get a tornado.] [The Weather Channel’s Greg FORBES†- warns about damaging winds & tornadoes.] Winter advisories reviewed.

Williams, Brian;
Seidel, Mike

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