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Winter Weather / Storm #1095600

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 03, 2014
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(Studio: Scott Pelley) The winter storm in the Northeast and today’s lowest temperature in Embarrass, Minnesota noted.

(Studio: Scott Pelley; Boston: Eric Fisher) This snowstorm and the forecast discussed; maps/diagrams shown.

(Rensselaer, Indiana: Dean Reynolds) The soaring price for propane due to rising demand featured; details given about the impact of pipelines switching to natural gas, bad weather and the exportation of propane to more lucrative markets. [Indiana pig farmer Kendell CULP††- notes he has no alternative fuel source.] [Spicer Gas vice president John HOLSTEIN††- says the problem is getting the gas to where it’s needed.]

Pelley, Scott;
Fisher, Eric;
Reynolds, Dean

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