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Weather / Hurricane Hermine #1102624

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Sep 03, 2016
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(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Ocean City, Maryland: Gabe Gutierrez) The threat of the remnants of Hurricane Hermine to the East coast featured; scenes shown from several states that are flooded & windy, downed trees. [In Virginia, Nettie CARMICHAEL, NBC's Kerry SANDERS, two TOURISTS, beach GUY - comment on the weather.]

(Seaside Heights, New Jersey: Tammy Leitner) The impact of surf on the East coast featured; scenes shown from the deserted beach in Seaside Heights, New Jersey, which had been hit by Sandy. [Mayor Anthony VAZ††, resident Michael CARBONE - react.]

(Studio: Jose Diaz Balart) Report introduced.

(Studio: Dylan Dreyer) The course of this storm that is over the ocean as it moves north with the threat of coastal flooding & winds featured; weather maps shown.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Gutierrez, Gabe;
Leitner, Tammy;
Dreyer, Dylan

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