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Winter Weather / Warm, Snow #848364

CBS Evening News for Saturday, Jan 06, 2007
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(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The unseasonably war, weather in the East & a snowstorm in Colorado introduced.

(Colorado: Karlyn Tilley) The avalanche caused by the wind & snow that struck a road in Colorado featured; scenes & photos shown.

(Studio: Thalia Assuras) The high January temperatures in the East noted; map & inset scenes shown.

(Washington: Joie Chen) The climate changes examined; scenes shown from Washington's botanical garden; details given from an Arbor Day Foundation study on the changes in the US weather zones. [Botanic Garden curator Bill McLAUGHLIN†- expresses concern.] [NASA climatologist Drew SHINDELL - shows global warming graph.]

Assuras, Thalia;
Tilley, Karlyn;
Chen, Joie

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