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Weather Watch (Hurricane Season) #389230

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 24, 1999
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Floods in Texas caused by the remnants of hurricane Bret reported; scenes shown of flooded areas of Driscoll, Texas. [In interview, WFOR-TV meteorologist Bryan NORCROSS - talks about weather conditions which could affect the direction of Tropical Storm Dennis.]

(Atlanta: Byron Pitts) Concerns that people are becoming complacent about hurricanes examined. [National Hurricane Center Jerry JARRELL - says people may believe that hurricane dangers are all talk.] [PERSON - talks about safety features in new homes.] [North Carolina State University Dr. Bo KASAL - says Mother Nature is still more powerful than technology.]

Pitts, Byron;
Schieffer, Bob

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