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A new winter storm is aiming for the Southern U.S. It could bring havoc from Texas to the Atlantic Coast by midweek. (Feb. ...
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DURATION: 1:14-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WJTV - COURTESY WJTV, EMBARGO JACKSON, MISSISSIPPIYazoo, Mississippi - 10 February, 20141. Mid, chains under tires2. Mid, fireman gets into truck3. SOUNDBITE (English) No Name Available (Transcript Below)---SOURCE: WIAT - COURTESY WIAT, EMBARGO BIRMINGHAMBirmingham, Alabama - 10 February, 20144. Mid, chains on police car tires5. Wide, two police cars6. Close, chains on tires7. Wide, two police cars8. Close, chained tire9. Mid, chained tire---AUDIO SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESSAP CLIENTS ONLY10. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Voice of, Bob Oravec, National Weather Service (transcript below)---SOURCE: NOAA.GOV - COURTESY NOAA11. Graphics - weather satellite map---SOURCE: WSB - COURTESY WSB, EMBARGO ATLANTASmyrna, Georgia - 9 February, 201412. Mid, woman reaching for food in supermarket13. Close, Cereal boxes14. Mid, pan up, bread on shelves, mostly empty15. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Woman, no name available---SOURCE: ASSOCIATED PRESS - AP CLIENTS ONLYAtlanta, Georgia - 10 February, 201416. Wide/pan snow plow trucks17. Wide/zoom snow removal equipmentRESTRICTIONS SUMMARYWJTV - COURTESY WJTV, EMBARGO JACKSON, MISSISSIPPIWIAT - COURTESY WIAT, EMBARGO BIRMINGHAMASSOCIATED PRESSNOAA.GOV - COURTESY NOAA.GOVAP CLIENTS ONLYWSB - COURTESY WSB, EMBARGO ATLANTAVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1MUCH OF THE SOUTH IS GETTING READY FOR WHAT'S EXPECTED TO BE A MAJOR POUNDING OF WINTER WEATHER.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) No Name Available' Now that we've been through it once this year, we're trying to be a little more prepared the second time.'TRACK-2STATES INCLUDING MISSISSIPPI, ALABAMA AND GEORGIA ARE EXPECTED TO GET HIT WITH A DANGEROUS WINTRY MIX OF SNOW AND ICE BY MIDWEEK.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Voice of, Bob Oravec, National Weather Service'Looks like it's going to be a mult-pronged even for them with one going on tomorrow, with potential for ice and snow and then the major event will be coming more later in the week, Wednesday into Thursday for the Southeastern U.S.TRACK-3THE WEATHER SYSTEM IS EXPECTED TO WORK ITS WAY EAST FROM TEXAS, WHERE MANY SCHOOL SYSTEMS HAVE DELAYED SCHOOL UNTIL MIDMORNING TUESDAY.IT COULD CAUSE HAVOC AS FAR NORTH AS THE MID-ATLANTIC STATES, WITH SNOW AND SLEET PREDICTED FOR WASHINGTON D-C FROM WEDNESDAY NIGHT THROUGH THURSDAY MORNING.ATLANTA RESIDENTS ARE ESPECIALLY FEELING ANXIETY, AFTER A WINTER STORM RECENTLY LEFT THAT CITY PARALYZED.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) WSB, No Name Available"I am getting ready for the storm. I am grocery shopping to stock up my refrigerator and my cabinets, bc I have 2 children, and husband they eat a lot.."TRACK-4THE STORM IS EXPECTED TO DISRUPT AIR TRAVEL.DELTA SAYS IT HAS ALREADY CANCELLED MORE THAN 500 FLIGHTS TO AND FROM ATLANTA BECAUSE OF THE WEATHER.CARLOTTA BRADLEY, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.