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Drought / Weather Forecasting #322504

CBS Evening News for Sunday, Jul 31, 1988
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(Studio: Susan Spencer) Hailstorm in Minnesota reported Continue of drought in parts of United States reported; map shown. Report introduced.

(NYC: David Culhane) Impt. of weather forecasting during drought featured; scenes shown from drought-stricken farmland. [Chicago, Illinois, grain broker Jerry ZUSELLE - says his private forecaster's predictions were uncannily accurate.] Rel. of business and weather predictions detailed. [On phone, forecaster Earl "Foggy" FINKEL - talks to client about weather.] Groups relying of weather forecasting listed. [Pvt. forecaster John MURRAY - explains reliance of chocolate makers on forecasting.] [Pvt. forecaster Peter LEAVITT - talks about winds in baseball parks.]

Culhane, David;
Spencer, Susan

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