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Weather #528211

NBC Evening News for Monday, Dec 26, 1983
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(Studio) Record winter weather noted continuing across US.
REPORTER: John Palmer

(Miami, Florida) Cold's impact on Florida orange industry examined; films shown. Est. loss so far mentioned. [Grower Roy PARKE - comments on strawberry crop losses.] Temp. in Miami today mentioned. [MAN - comments on temperature] [Univ. Nebraska football PLAYER - anticipates weather for Orange Bowl game.] Death of homeless due to cold mentioned. [MAN - comments.] Tomorrow's forecast cited.
REPORTER: Dennis Murphy

(Chicago, Illinois) No. freezing deaths across nation reported; Louisville case cited as example Weather's impact on business mentioned. [Dr. Larry SCHMETTERER - discusses frostbite, hypothermia cases.] Lack of heat in Chicago hsing. projects described, impact shown. [PEOPLE - comment on experience.] Forecast for Midwest outlined.
REPORTER: Mary Nissenson

(Studio) Experience of Midwest tour group bound for Hawaii explained.
REPORTER: John Palmer

Murphy, Dennis;
Nissenson, Mary;
Palmer, John

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