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Tropical Storm Claudette / Texas / Frank Interview #733056

CBS Evening News for Monday, Jul 14, 2003
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(Studio: Dan Rather) The path of Tropical Storm Claudette toward the US Gulf Coast shown.

(Padre Island, Texas: Lee Cowan) Preparations in Texas for the arrival of the storm featured; scenes shown. [RESIDENT, FARMER, BOATER, Corpus Christi Mayor Loyd NEAL† – talk about preparations.]

(Studio: Dan Rather) Taped interview held with former National Hurricane Center director Dr. Neil Frank about Claudette. [FRANK – comments on the unusual early season storm; talks about the storm’s path and the possibility that the storm will become a hurricane; predicts rainfall.]

Rather, Dan;
Cowan, Lee

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