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Winter Weather / Storm #1111933

CBS Evening News for Monday, Feb 17, 2014
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(Studio: James Brown) A new winter storm in the Midwest reported; maps and photos shown.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The impact of the storm reviewed; scenes shown of snow, an accident in Nebraska, snow plows; details given about the crashes in Minnesota, the shortage of highway salt in Ohio, and flight cancellations and de-icing operations at Chicago’s O’Hare Airport. [MAN, O’Hare airport worker Shane BROWN‡- comment.]

(Studio: James Brown) The ice melt in the Arctic noted.

(New York: Don Dahler) The epidemic of bad weather examined; details given about the role of the jet stream in trapping cold & wet weather in the East & South and dry & hot air in the West and the warming of the Arctic; diagrams shown. [Rutgers University Jennifer FRANCIS††- comments.]

Brown, James;
Reynolds, Dean;
Dahler, Don

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