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Winter Weather / Holiday Travel #989382

CBS Evening News for Friday, Dec 24, 2010
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(Studio: Anthony Mason) Travel delays in Europe due to snow and a shortage of de-icing fluid reported; scenes shown from Charles de Gaulle Airport in Paris. Winter weather in the US updated; map shown.

(Dallas: Don Teague) The complications to holiday travel plans from the weather featured; details given about flight cancellations, waived rebooking fees and the threat of snow in the South; scenes shown of snow all over, a traffic accident, stuck cars, rain in Dallas, lines of airline passengers; the increase in hotel and restaurant business in New Orleans cited; projected white Christmas map shown. [DRIVER, SHOPPER, New Orleans tourist Judy HARDEGREE†, McAdenville, North Carolina resident Harvey ROBERTS†, WFOR-TV meteorologist David BERNARD†, CBS travel editor Peter GREENBERG†, air TRAVELER – comment.]

Reporter(s):
Mason, Anthony;
Teague, Don
Duration:
00:02:50

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