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Winter Weather / Storm #954485

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 09, 2009
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(Studio: Katie Couric) The monster storm that started in the West updated; weather map & snow shown.

(Chicago: Dean Reynolds) The big snowfall in the Midwest featured; scenes shown of snow & wind, wrecked cars, Iowa roads, Lake Michigan waves, winds in Nashville that blew down the Christmas tree. [TRUCKER, Illinois corn farmer Jim ROBBINS†, TripAdvisor.com Erik TORKELLS†, two GUYS - comment on aspects of the snowy weather.]

(Studio: Katie Couric; Bloomington, Minnesota: Dave Price) The huge scope & impact of this winter storm reviewed & the coming weather discussed; weather maps shown.

Couric, Katie;
Reynolds, Dean;
Price, Dave

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