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In Depth (Buffalo, New York / Winter Weather) #654048

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Dec 27, 2001
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Map shown of weather systems.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) Heavy snowfall since Christmas Eve in Buffalo, New York, featured; details given of the dropping temperatures across much of the nation after a mild November reported; scenes shown of Buffalo residents with snowblowers. [Runners store OWNER - says nobody will run today.] [Illinois Institute of Technology Kenneth NOLL - says "lake effect snow" is falling at 2-4 in. per hour.] [Atlanta RESIDENT - says winter has arrived.] [Accuweather meteorologist Joe BASTARDI - says the Siberian air mass will affect American weather after January 5.]

Tibbles, Kevin;
Williams, Brian

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