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Winter Weather #1105923

NBC Evening News for Saturday, Jan 07, 2017
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(Ft. Lauderdale: Jose Diaz Balart) The double threat of winter weather on both coasts introduced.

(Virginia: Tammy Leitner) An historic storm in the South & Northeast featured; scenes shown from the roads in Connecticut, snow, airports, highway accidents, a Norfolk, Virginia, wedding. [Georgia DRIVER, soon-to-wed Matt EDWARD - comment.]

(Reno, Nevada: Steve Patterson) A rain storm in the West featured; scenes shown from California & Nevada, the Truckee River. [Two MEN, Brenda JOHNSON - comment.]

(Ft. Lauderdale: Jose Diaz Balart; studio: Indra Petersons) The stormy weather forecast for the West discussed; weather maps shown.

Balart, Jose Diaz;
Leitner, Tammy;
Patterson, Steve;
Petersons, Indra

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