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Weather Watch (La Nina / Hurricanes / Predictions) #385384

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Nov 30, 1999
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(Studio: Dan Rather) Long-range weather forecasts reported.

(Atlanta: Byron Pitts) The end of the 1999 hurricane season and predictions about the 2000 hurricane season reported. [National Weather Service director John KELLY - says the rain and flooding cause most hurricane- related problems.] [National Hurricane Center director Jerry JARRELL - describes problems with current evacuation plans.] [Colorado State University Dr. William GRAY - says next year will not be quite as bad as this year; says damage will be worse in the future.]

Reporter(s):
Pitts, Byron;
Rather, Dan
Duration:
00:02:20

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