NBC Evening News for Friday, Jun 20, 2003
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(Studio: Campbell Brown) Drought conditions in the West and an excess of rain in the East & South reported.
(Tucson, Arizona: George Lewis) The wildfire in the Arizona mountains near Tucson featured; scenes shown of the blaze, which destroyed many structures in Summerhaven. [Aspen fire incident commander Larry HUMPHREY- talks about the wind’s impact.] [Summerhaven resident Jason SCHLICTER- comments on the loss of his house.] [Alpine Lodge owner Don UNDERHILL- says we’ll move on.] [NOAA fire weather forecaster Rich NADEN- says we need rain to alleviate the problems.]
(Studio: Campbell Brown) Report introduced.
(Washington: Robert Hager) The rainy weather in the East featured; scenes shown of floodwaters in Montgomery County, Maryland, the Potomac River and elsewhere; details given of the impact on businesses. [On the street, MAN, WOMAN – comment.] [NBC Washington meteorologist Bob RYAN- explains why there has been so much rain.] [Falls Road Golf Course, Maryland, Jon LESAGE- says golfers are frustrated.] [Rock Center Café Kenneth GORDON- says business is off.]