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Weather / Snowstorms / Rain / Drought Relief #46641

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Nov 23, 1977
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(S)Nation's weather reported.
REPORTER: Harry Reasoner

(Chicago, Illinois) Iowa, WI, Michigan, Idaho and Montana said hit by snow. More predicted.
REPORTER: John Coleman

(Portland, OR) Heavy snow reported in Portland, OR. Film shown. Relief for drought-stricken area noted. Skiing for Thanksgiving reported in Rocky Mts. Aspen area cited. 1-80 in Wyoming said closed by snow. Conditions reported.
REPORTER: Ron Miller

(Chicago, Illinois) Snow, rain in California reported Weather map shown; patterns interpreted. Effect on drought noted.
REPORTER: John Coleman

(Lake Tahoe, Georgia) Snow in Sierra Nevada Mts. reported Film shown. Traffic jams, fatalities noted. Skiing at Heavenly Valley noted. Film shown. [Ski Resort Operator Brady HODGE - is grateful for snow; lift tickets are free.] Ski business described. [California Drought Center Bill CLARK - explains need of water for drought area.] Drying reservoirs shown. Another storm predicted.
REPORTER: Bill Redeker

(Chicago, Illinois) Further explanation of weather given. Conditions in Midwest and N.E. noted.
REPORTER: John Coleman

Coleman, John;
Miller, Ron;
Reasoner, Harry;
Redeker, Bill

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