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Weather / Winter Storms / Arkansas #633137

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 28, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) The severe winter storms across the Midwest and mid-South featured; details given of power outages across the mid-South and the declaration of disaster areas in every county of Oklahoma; scenes shown from icy Arkansas. [Arkansas Governor Mike HUCKABEE - calls the damage "apocalyptic".] [Little Rock MAN - buys a generator.] [Texas MAN - talks about "waiting out" weather.] [Accuweather meteorologist Dr. Joe SOBEL - explains the weather patterns.] [Illinois Institute of Technology meteorologist professor Ken NOLL - says television weathermen have trouble with the storm.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Amity, Arkansas: Kerry Sanders) The state of emergency in Arkansas reported; scenes shown. [Retirees Doyle and Mary HUGHES - talk about having no electricity.] [Repairman Jason ISAACS, MAN - comment.] [Hot Springs, Arkansas, emergency management Joy SANDERS - says more snow and ice are coming.]

Sanders, Kerry;
Tibbles, Kevin;
Williams, Brian

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