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Winter Weather / Alaska #323931

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jan 30, 1989
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Record low temps. reported in AK. Report introduced.

(NYC: Richard Schlesinger) Spring-like temps. in South reported; scenes shown. [National Weather Service spokesperson Don GILMAN - comments on situation.] Map shown indicating temps. across US. [Farmer Harold BURNS - comments on dry winter.] [Massachusetts Ofc. of Environment Affairs spokesperson John DeVILLARS - predicts water shortages this year] "Greenhse. effect" discussed. [GILMAN - comments.] National Weather Service prediction for colder temps. noted.

(Anchorage, AK: Jerry Bowen) Cold weather in Alaska featured; details given, scenes shown. Canadian transit plane reported crashing here; death toll given. [WOMAN - says it's too cold.] Impact of frigid temps. discussed.

Reporter(s):
Rather, Dan;
Schlesinger, Richard;
Bowen, Jerry
Duration:
00:04:10

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