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Weather / El Nino #372721

CBS Evening News for Friday, Oct 24, 1997
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(Studio: Dan Rather) NASA (National Aeronautics and Space Administration) global imaging of the changes of this year's winter weather for the United States presented; color map shown. [El Nino expert Jet Propulsion Lab's Dr. William PATZERT - predicts the winter weather for the Atlantic Coast.]

(Hollywood: Bill Whitaker) How rain from El Nino might affect Hollywood's movie industry featured. ["Dr. Quinn"'s producer John LIBERTI, movie producer Mark BURMAN, South Carolina Film Commission Isabel HILL - talk about relocating or filming indoors.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) The rare clear sky in San Francisco credited to El Nino shown.

Rather, Dan;
Whitaker, Bill

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