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Winter Weather / Deep Freeze #849904

ABC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 17, 2007
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(Studio: Charles Gibson) The winter blasts across the country reviewed; snow scenes shown.

(Dallas: Mike von Fremd) The treacherous icy conditions in Texas & California & cold weather in the Northeast featured; scenes shown of people & cars in Dallas sliding & of frigid weather in the California citrus fields. [NOAA meteorologist Dennis FELTGEN†- comments on the weather.] [DRIVER - comments.] [Governor Arnold SCHWARZENEGGER, California Citrus Mutual Joe NELSON†- predict a billion dollar citrus loss & higher consumer prices.] [In New York, National Grid Bill FLAHERTY†- talks about electrical outages.] [WFAA-TV meteorologist Pete DELKUS†- blames the jet stream.]

Gibson, Charles;
von Fremd, Mike

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