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Extreme Weather / Storms #993236

NBC Evening News for Thursday, Mar 10, 2011
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(Studio: Brian Williams) The extreme weather in the East noted; map shown.

(Wayne, New Jersey: Ron Allen) The impact of the storms in the Northeast and Midwest featured; scenes shown of flooding in New Jersey and Connecticut [New Jersey residents Paula BUSH‡, Ray BREIMER‡, Connecticut resident Scott AMES‡- comment.] [The Weather Channel’s Mike SEIDEL – predicts heavy snow in Ohio and Pennsylvania.]

(Studio: Brian Williams) The violent storm at the PGA Cadillac golf championship in Doral, Florida noted; scenes shown of the leader board blowing over.

Williams, Brian;
Allen, Ron

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