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Winter Weather / Cold #964261

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Jan 06, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The extremely cold weather introduced; temperature map shown. NOTE: Local school closing information on screen.

(Kansas City, Missouri: Janet Shamlian) The impact of the cold reviewed; scenes shown of snow, sledding and traffic jams in Kansas City, Omaha and Atlanta, manatees in warmer water near a Florida power plant, swimmers, ice; details given about the loss of calves in St Charles Parish, Louisiana. [2 MEN, SWIMMER – react.] [NBC reporter Thanh TRUONG††, OFFICIAL – comment on the water main breaks in Atlanta.] [In Plant City, Florida, NBC reporter Kerry SANDERS – comments on the danger to crops.] [The Weather Channel’s Paul GOODLOE†- says the cold is unique because of the duration.]

Williams, Brian;
Shamlian, Janet

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