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Weather / Snowstorms #527729

NBC Evening News for Monday, Nov 28, 1983
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(Studio) Major snowstorms from Denver, Colorado, through Illinois described; weather-related death toll so far this week noted. Blizzard conditions illustrated on map.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Minneapolis, Minnesota) Snow conditions in Midwest examined; films shown. [WOMAN - notes inability to fly into Omaha from Sioux Falls.] Record-breaking snowfall in Minnesota discussed. [Scott SCHOENFELD - hopes to fly out tomorrow.] Tomorrow's forecast outlined.
REPORTER: Jim Cummins

(Denver, Colorado) Weather situation in Denver, Colorado, described, shown. [PASSENGERS - note inability to fly out.] General transportation problems in Colorado discussed, shown.
REPORTER: Roger O'Neil

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: John Palmer

(DC) Last year's winter weather forecast recalled. National Weather Service's long-range forecast this year examined. [Service spokesperson Don. GILMAN - anticipates relatively mild winter.] Winter weather prediction detailed on map, discussed; El Nino's role in last winter's unusual weather recalled. [GILMAN - notes limitations on long-range forecasts.]
REPORTER: Robert Hager

(Studio) "Farmer's Almanac's" winter forecast reported.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Cummins, Jim;
Hager, Robert;
O'Neil, Roger;
Palmer, John

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