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In Depth (Extreme Weather) Part II #624785

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 19, 1998
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(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Mineral, California: Kelly O'Donnell) Snow in Northern California reported. [Lassen Volcanic National Park Superintendent Marilyn PARRIS - says El Nino has been doing a lot this year; says the snow crews haven't seen anything like it; points out an almost-fully-buried tree.] [Snow crew Tim MIRANDA - says the snow crew will be working on July 4.] [Business owner Beth GLEN - describes lost business.]

(Studio: Jack Ford) Report introduced.

(Ashton, Nebraska: Jim Cummins) Tornado-chasers featured; scenes shown in Nebraska of people on a trip with Silver Lining Tours. [Tour guide David GOLD - says there are no guarantees of seeing a tornado.] [TOURISTS - express themselves after seeing tornado damage.] [Tornado chaser Richard FOWLER - says it's different; calls himself an "adrenalin junkie".] [Tornado Alley Safari Steven LEVINE - says he'd rather lose the tornado than a windshield.]

Cummins, Jim;
Ford, Jack;
O'Donnell, Kelly

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