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NBC Evening News for Tuesday, Oct 09, 2007
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(Studio: Ann Curry) Forecasts for warmer and drier than normal conditions this winter noted; maps shown.

(Lake Wylie, South Carolina: Martin Savidge) The Southeast facing a serious drought featured; details given about drought problems in Alabama, Georgia, and the Carolinas, and the wider impact; map and scenes shown of the hardest-hit areas. [Alexander City, Alabama, water supt. Eugene MAHAN†, Catawba Riverkeeper Donna LISENBY†, cotton FARMER, MAN, Cobb County, Georgia Water Conservation Coordinator Kathy NGUYEN†– comment.]

Curry, Ann;
Savidge, Martin

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