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Winter Weather / Cold #988353

NBC Evening News for Wednesday, Dec 15, 2010
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The winter weather introduced; map and scenes of cars stuck in the snow shown. Note: local school closings on screen.

(Chicago: John Yang) The relentless cold featured; scenes shown of vehicles being cleared from a trucking route from Canada, stranded travelers; details given about deadly crashes in Alabama, power outages in Kentucky, the fight against freezing temperatures by Florida produce farmers, rising prices. [MAN, stranded driver Brandon JUSTIN‡, farmer Eric HOPKINS†- comment.] [The Weather Channel’s Chris WARREN†- says it could be days before we see relief.]

Williams, Brian;
Yang, John

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