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Eye On America (Hurricane Seasons Past And Present) Part II #381864

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, May 05, 1998
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(Washington: Dan Rather) Report introduced.

(Miami: Anthony Mason) Estimate of damages from Hurricane Andrew, the most damaging hurricane to date, given; scenes shown in Florida of Hurricane Andrew and of a 1926 hurricane that hit Florida. [Meteorologist Chris LANDSEA - shows that there were worse hurricanes than Andrew; mentions 1926 hurricane that hit Florida; estimates damage 1926 hurricane could have done today; says we'll probably get large storms every few years.] Possibility of a hurricane hitting New York City mentioned; scenes shown in New York after Hurricane Gloria missed the city. [National Hurricane Center Brian JARVINEN - describes a possible New York hurricane scenario and resulting damage.]

Mason, Anthony;
Rather, Dan

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