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Winter Weather #776901

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Jan 13, 2005
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(St. Paul: Brian Williams) The end of the search for victims of the La Conchita, California, mudslide and the warning for residents not to return noted; the cold temperatures in Minneapolis/St. Paul, Minnesota, cited.

(Chicago: Kevin Tibbles) The extreme winter weather across the country featured; scenes shown of tornado damage in El Dorado, Arkansas & Louisiana, thunderstorm damage in Nashville & Birmingham, flood damage in Nevada & Utah, and snow in Chicago & Minneapolis; weather map shown. [El Dorado resident Sherwood THOROKILL‡, MAN, WOMAN, hardware store owner Dale HOFFMAN‡- comment.] [AccuWeather Bernie RAYNO†- forecasts flash flooding in the Midwest & Northeast.]

Williams, Brian;
Tibbles, Kevin

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