CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Apr 10, 1991
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Violent thunderstorms in Pennsylvania and high winds and tornadoes in Virginia reported; scenes shown of Cumberland County, Pennsylvania. Report introduced.
(Norman, Oklahoma: James Hattori) National Weather Service's new Nexrad (next generation radar) doppler radar system featured; criticism for lack of warning noted; scenes shown of tornado damage in Ada, Oklahoma. [National Center for Atmospheric Research Jim WILSON, Representative James SCHEUER, Unisys Corporation Leslie LEMON, deputy undersecretary for oceans and atmosphere Gray CASTLE, weather consultant Mike SMITH - comment.]
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