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Extreme Weather #1127482

NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Jul 15, 2014
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Camden, New Jersey: Tom Costello) The extreme weather over much of the country featured; scenes shown of rain in the Northeast, fog over Manhattan, lightning in Delaware, storm damage in Philadelphia, flooding in Connecticut, mud at the Woodstock music festival grounds, clouds over Florida, a waterspout in Chicago, hail in Colorado, a flipped-over F-16 and a wildfire in Oregon; details given about the impact on travel, the cold snap in the Midwest and the drought in California. [Gillespie Tree Service Andrew GILLESPIE†- says we have a backlog of 6 weeks.] [The Weather Channel’s Carl PARKER†- comments on temperatures.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Studio: Al Roker) The severe weather system and the forecast featured; maps/diagrams shown; satellite images of Typhoon Rammasun† over the Philippines shown.

Williams, Brian;
Costello, Tom;
Roker, Al

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