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(Studio) Snow and rainstorms in WA, Oregon and ID, caused by storms in Pacific Ocean, and snowstorm in New England and upstate New York noted. Forecast is for colder than normal in northe.
REPORTER: Walter Cronkite
(Houston, Texas) Report on natural gas supply for coming winter. (Scenes of Buffalo, New York, in winter of 1977 shown.) [Energy Department spokesperson John O'LEARY - says if this winter like last one, same situations will occur.] Purchases of natural gas from L'anada and new finds in United States noted. [United Gas Pipe line Company spokesperson Hugh ROFF - cites company concerns with regard to weather preventing deliveries of gas. Notes storms in Gulf of Mexico and freezing weather's effect on deliveries.
REPORTER: Eric Engberg
- Cronkite, Walter;
- Engberg, Eric
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