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New York / Didi Lewis / Kris Sutton / Earl Mullins #1149124

NBC Evening News for Friday, Feb 20, 2015
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Good evening. Tens of millions of people in the eastern half of the country woke up in the danger zone today that rush of Siberian air we were warned of. Came in with a vengeance. It's led to at least 25 deaths as temperatures have free falling. In all twenty seven states have seen below zero temperatures today not the windchill the actual temperature Pellston Michigan minus thirty five Frankfort Kentucky minus twenty one Lynchburg Virginia eleven below. Just some of the eye watering lows this s...
Reporter(s):
Kevin Tibbles;Gabe Gutierrez;Al Roker
Duration:
00:06:21

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