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Weather #283466

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Apr 03, 1982
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(Studio) Tornadoes in southern, continuing snow in north California reported.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

(Paris, Texas) Tornado's impact on town examined; films shown. [Debra MacNEAL - describes storm.] [Joe STRAPP - notes losses.] [Medrith ELY - describes ordeal.] [Dorothy LARKIN - notes relatives' deaths.] Tornadoes in Mississippi, Arkansas, Tennessee described; films shown.
REPORTER: Derrick Blakely

(San Francisco, California) Winter storms in Iowa, Chicago and north California examined; films shown. Wednesday's avalanche near Lake Tahoe recalled; situation in region now discussed. [Don and Joella SIMPSON - note economy impact on trucking bus.] Floods in San Francisco Bay area noted; films shown.
REPORTER: Harold Dow

(Studio) Cross-country skiers missing in California avalanche zone reported discovered safe.
REPORTER: Phil Jones

Blakely, Derrick;
Dow, Harold;
Jones, Phil

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