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Siberia / WBZ #1183515

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Dec 08, 2016
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Now let's go to Eric Fisher, the chief meteorologist of our Boston station, WBZ. Eric, what's next? Well, Scott, the remarkable thing here is that in November, we had widespread record warmth nearly over all of North America. At the same time, we had major snow and cold across Siberia and Russia. Now, all that air, which was kind of cooking in the dark, in the cold, is moving right up over the pole, coming right down into the same areas that were warmest last month. It's a complete 180 in the pa...
Eric Fisher

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