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Washington Notebook (National Weather Service) #336298

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Nov 09, 1991
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) National Weather Service featured; scenes shown; details given of radar station outside Washington, DC; various weather scenes shown. [National Weather Service, director Joe FRIDAY, SKIER - comment on weather.] Influence of this year's eruption of Mt. Pinatubo, Philippines, and of Pacific wind El Nino on winter weather mentioned; scenes shown of volcanic ash and east coast storm. United States said currently to have only one satellite in orbit due to foul-up in developing new ones. [Representative Howard WOLPE, The Weather Channel Ray BAN, farmer John WHITMORE - comment.]

Schieffer, Bob

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