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Missouri / William Patzert / NASA / El Nino #1166015

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 30, 2015
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That massive flooding is part of the wild weather in recent weeks all linked to this season's powerful El Nino. And now as NBC Joe Fryer reports NASA says it's looking a lot like one of the strongest and most devastating El Ninos ever on record. They are images that seem to defy December. Floodwaters raging through Missouri and deadly tornadoes tearing through the south. Houses gone north still here. Well unusually balmy weather blankets the Northeast over Christmas. All of it the result of an E...
Reporter(s):
Joe Fryer;Dylan Dreyer
Duration:
00:01:33

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