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Winter Weather / Snow & Tornados #1083538

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 17, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The winter storm introduced; photos shown.

(Erie, Pennsylvania: Dylan Dreyer) The severe weather with snow, cold & tornadoes reviewed; scenes shown of damaged buildings in Georgia & Florida, plane de-icing in Columbus, Ohio & Louisville, Kentucky, deadly crashes in Indianapolis & Minneapolis, a truck off the road in Oklahoma, sleet, ice on Lake Superior in Ashland, Wisconsin; lake-effect show map shown. [WOMAN – comments.] [In Ohio, The Weather Channel’s Mike SEIDEL – says temperatures are going to plummet.]

Williams, Brian;
Dreyer, Dylan

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