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Weather #82322

ABC Evening News for Monday, Dec 26, 1983
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(Studio) Death toll from severe winter weather reported.
REPORTER: Max Robinson

(Lakeland, Florida) Record cold's impact on south citrus growers discussed; films shown. [FARMER - anticipates many farmers going out of business] Growers' efforts to minimize losses described. [Citrus Growers Association spokesperson Earl WELLS - recalls 1981 crop losses.] Anticipated role of Brazilian citrus in United States mkts. explained.
REPORTER: Mark Potter

(No location given) Weather's continued impact on United States featured; films shown. Cold-related accidents, transportation foul-ups examined; immediate weather forecast outlined on map.
REPORTER: Hilary Brown

Brown, Hilary;
Potter, Mark;
Robinson, Max

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