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Winter Weather / Weather Predictions #188954

ABC Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 25, 2000
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(Studio: Peter Jennings) The shocking snowstorm on the East coast introduced.

(Washington: Barry Serafin) The impact of the huge snowstorm on North Carolina and Washington, DC, featured; scenes shown from the roads, airports and streets. [Airport WORKER, Washington, DC, MAN - comments.]

(New York: Bob Jamieson) The storm in the East reviewed; scenes shown from across New York City. [School KID - comments.]

(Studio: Peter Jennings) Report introduced.

(Washington: John Martin) Why the new weather predicting super computer did not forecast this storm examined. [National Centers for Environmental Prediction Louis UCCELLINI - talks about being able to predict the weather.] [National Hydro Meteorological Prediction Center James HOKE - says the new computer did make the prediction better.]

Jamieson, Bob;
Jennings, Peter;
Martin, John;
Serafin, Barry

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