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Weather Watch (Freak Weather) #389274

CBS Evening News for Thursday, Aug 26, 1999
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(Studio: Bob Schieffer) Severe floods in New York City, tornadoes in North Carolina Ohio, wildfires in the West; Hurricanes Cindy and Dennis and Tropical Storm Emily reported; scenes shown from New York of flooded streets, and from Sacramento, California, of fires. [WFOR-TV meteorologist Bryan NORCROSS - talks about the strengthening and expected path of Hurricane Dennis.]

(Clemson, SC: Byron Pitts) Preparation for hurricanes by people who have seen hurricane damage examined. [Homestead, Florida, resident Juan PEREZ - says a lot of problems with Hurricane Andrew was ignorance.] [Clemson University Tim REINHOLD - talks about researching hurricanes and improving building standards.]

Pitts, Byron;
Schieffer, Bob

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