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In Depth (Weather Forecasting) #635164

NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 30, 2000
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The outer limits of weather forecasting introduced.

(Washington: Robert Hager) The new technology of weather forecasting in which satellites and super computers gather and analyze data about temperatures and weather systems examined; details given of the National Weather Service's plans to extend five-day forecasts to seven. [Government weatherman Louis UCCELLINI - comments on the forecasting goals.] The hopes to increase the warning times for storms, tornadoes and hurricanes outlined.

Reporter(s):
Hager, Robert;
Williams, Brian
Duration:
00:02:50

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