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Winter Weather / Storm #963220

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 23, 2009
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(Studio: Brian Williams) Weather map showing a new storm building shown.

(Chicago: John Yang) The impact of the winter storm featured; scenes shown of snow in Arizona and Kansas; AAA prediction on stranded motorists cited; details given about travel problems on the roads, on the rails and in the air. [Driver Tracey KEMPF†, air passenger Jennifer HOFFMAN†, train traveler Paul MELIA†, Rochester, Minnesota resident Stacy DORSEY‡- comment.] [South Dakota Governor Mike ROUNDS†, AAA Beth MOSHER†- offer travel warnings.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(Maple Grove, Minnesota: Mike Seidel) The holiday weather forecast presented; maps shown.

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John;
Seidel, Mike

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