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Hurricane Earl #979499

NBC Evening News for Friday, Sep 03, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The status of Hurricane Earl as it moves up the East Coast noted; map shown; scenes shown of the waves at Nantucket, Massachusetts.

(Montauk, New York: Peter Alexander) The impact of the storm featured; scenes shown from North Carolina’s Outer Banks of rain, water in the streets, tires from an artificial reef on the beach, people in Cape Cod, Massachusetts boarding up; details given of the disappearance of a swimmer in New Jersey. [In North Carolina, NBC’s Al ROKER; in Cape Hatteras, The Weather Channel’s Jim CANTORE – describe the situation.] [Westhampton, New York beach manager Steve WISNOSKI†- says there is riptide and beach erosion.] [SURFER, Island Pharmacy Kathy TREMBLAY†, vacationer Ben FARUCCI‡- comment.] Travel problems noted.

(Studio: Brian Williams) Report introduced.

(The Weather Channel: Bryan Norcross) The forecast for Earl featured; diagrams shown.

Williams, Brian;
Alexander, Peter;
Norcross, Bryan

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