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Winter Weather / Storm #931147

CBS Evening News for Tuesday, Jan 27, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The impact of a winter storm across the nation reviewed; map shown.

(Pittsburgh: Dave Price) The killer storm that prompted states of emergency in Missouri, Oklahoma and Kentucky due to ice and snow featured; scenes shown of wrecked and sliding cars, downed trees, National Guardsmen removing snow in North Dakota; statistics on power outages cited. [DRIVER, Kentucky Governor Steve BESHEAR†, Pittsburgh Department of Public Works Guy COSTA†- comment on the storm.] The cost of battling the storm in Pittsburgh cited. The forecast for snow and ice noted; map shown.

Couric, Katie;
Price, Dave

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