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Tropical Depression Ernesto / Hurricane John #904525

FNC Evening News for Wednesday, Aug 30, 2006
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(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Shepard Smith) The downgrading of and North Carolina’s preparations for Tropical Depression Ernesto noted; scenes shown of the heavy rain. [At a news conference, Governor Mike EASLEY†- recommends keeping an emergency supply kit.]

(Daytona Beach: Jonathan Serrie) The possibility of Ernesto’s regeneration over warm Atlantic waters and the lack of concern in south Florida reported; scenes shown from Daytona Beach.

(Pass Christian, Mississippi: Shepard Smith) The threat of Hurricane John in the Pacific noted; scenes shown of the wind and rain in Mexico’s west coast.

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

Reporter(s):
Smith, Shepard;
Serrie, Jonathan;
Dean, Janice
Duration:
00:04:30

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