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Weather / Snowstorm #81871

ABC Evening News for Monday, Nov 28, 1983
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(Studio) Major snowstorms reported hitting Midwest; Sioux Falls, South Dakota, shown as ex.
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(No location given) Storm, with blizzard situation throughout Midwest, examined; films shown. [Meteorologist Paul SWOPE - describes conditions.] Impact on travel, schools, business cited. [Howard ALPORT - notes he made flight from Chicago only to find client's office closed.] KETV-TV crew shown discovering dead storm victim. [Mark RUBEO - explains need to seek public shelter.] Rain situation believed contributing to Georgia plane crash; death toll mentioned, films shown. [SWOPE - predicts more.]
REPORTER: Ron Miller

(Studio) Report introduced
REPORTER: Peter Jennings

(DC) National Weather Service's long-range forecast for this winter examined; role of El Nino current in last year's unusual weather explained. Films shown. Details of forecast illustrated on map. [Service spokesperson Don. GILMAN - notes limitations on long-range forecasts.]
REPORTER: Steve Shepard

Jennings, Peter;
Miller, Ron;
Shepard, Steve

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