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A Closer Look (Weird Weather) #651062

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 26, 2001
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(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) A closer look at the peculiar weather across America introduced.

(Los Angeles: Neal Karlinsky) This winter's unusual weather examined; graph shown of century temperatures. [BUFFALONIAN, Seattle RESIDENT, ski resort GUY - comment on the snow and mud.] [NASA/Jet Propulsion Laboratory Bill PATZERT - says the "jet stream is on steroids!"] [National Weather Service meteorologist Ed O'LENIC - says the weather has been affected by changing trends.]

(Studio: Elizabeth Vargas) The forecast for regional temperatures the rest of the winter noted.

Karlinsky, Neal;
Vargas, Elizabeth

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