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Weather #82289

ABC Evening News for Friday, Dec 23, 1983
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(Studio) Contd. severe winter weather throughout United States noted.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(No location given) Blizzards and snowstorms across Rockies and plains examined; films shown. Record temps. listed on map, discussed. Weather-related fire in Chicago, water main break in Detroit and auto accidents due to weather cited.

(Chicago, Illinois) Record cold's impact on air travel here described; films shown. [PASSENGERS - anticipate their transportation problems.] [Eastern airlines spokesperson Bruce SULLIVAN - notes extent of weather-related problems.] [PASSENGER - explains early morning drinking at airport.] Weather's effect on ground travel as well, such as Amtrak schedules, mentioned.
REPORTER: Chris Bury

Bury, Chris;
Robinson, Max;
Rose, Judd

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