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Winter Weather / Blizzard #983441

ABC Evening News for Sunday, Dec 26, 2010
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(Studio: Dan Harris) The epic blizzard in the East introduced; scenes of snow in New York City and weather map shown.

(New jersey: Ron Claiborne) The windy snowstorm featured; scenes shown from New Jersey, New York airports and Amtrak, roads and a sled. [At airport, two TRAVELLERS; train TRAVELLER; New York City Mayor Michael BLOOMBERG†, MOTORIST - comment on weather conditions.]

(Studio: Dan Harris) The airports in 2009 as compared to today shown.

(Philadelphia: David Kerley) The impact of the winter storm featured; scenes shown from outside the Philadelphia airport, snow in the South and Washington, DC; details given about cancellations at the airport and the pro football game. [Southern MAN, AAA's John TOWNSEND; in Washington airport, Angela and Alyda HULTSTRAND†- comment.]

(Studio: Dan Harris, Chikage Windler) The snowstorm and weather predictions for the East coast discussed; weather maps shown.

(Boston: Jeremy Hubbard) The blockbuster snowstorm in and around Boston featured; scenes shown of snow.

Harris, Dan;
Claiborne, Ron;
Kerley, David;
Chikage, Dan Harris,;
Hubbard, Jeremy

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