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Weather / Cold Wave #74280

ABC Evening News for Monday, Jan 11, 1982
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(Studio) Heavy winter weather reported around nation Map and temperatures shown. 36 states said rpting. below zero temps.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

(Chicago, Illinois) Buffalo, New York, Omaha, Nebraska, and Chicago, Illinois, scenes shown. [FIREMAN - says cold is painful.] Saint Louis, Missouri, Ames, Iowa, Fort Wayne, IN, scenes shown. Weather called coldest in 20th century.

(Atlanta, Georgia) Atlanta, Georgia, said rpting. 5 below zero. Atlanta, Georgia, Asheville, North Carolina, Chattanooga, Tennessee, New Orleans, Louisiana, scenes shown. Collapse of grain elevator in New Orleans reported Tampa, Florida, scenes shown. Situation with regard to citrus crop considered. [Roselle DAVIS - comments on cold weather.]

(Studio) Top item recapped.
REPORTER: Frank Reynolds

Dale, Al;
Miller, Ron;
Reynolds, Frank

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