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Tropical Storm Ernesto #904493

FNC Evening News for Tuesday, Aug 29, 2006
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(New Orleans: Shepard Smith) Preparations in south Florida for the impact of Tropical Storm Ernesto noted; inset scenes shown of people filling sandbags and the rain.

(Miami Beach: Steve Harrigan) The local response to the storm, NASA’s decision to leave the space shuttle Atlantis outside, and the strength of the storm reported. [TOURIST – complains about the storm.]

(New Orleans: Shepard Smith) The small likelihood of the storm gaining hurricane strength noted; weather map shown.

(Fox Weather Center: Janice Dean) The course of Ernesto tracked; weather maps and data shown on screen.

Smith, Shepard;
Harrigan, Steve;
Dean, Janice

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