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DURATION: 1:25-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WGME - COURTESY WGME, EMBARGO PORTLAND, MAINEAuburn, Maine - 23 December, 20131. Wide, dusk, car on icy, snowy road2. Wide, tanker truck on road3. Wide, icy wooded area4. Mid, ice on branches5. Close, icy branch6. Wide, snow plow on road---SOURCE: KTUL - COURTESY KTUL, EMBARGO TULSATulsa, Oklahoma - 22 December, 20137. Wide, utility worker in bucket truck, working on power lines8. Wide, icy tree9. SOUNDBITE (English) Stan Whiteford, Pubic Service Company of Oklahoma (Transcript Below)10. Wide, icy trees and power lines11. Mid, branch down on ground12. Wide, icy tree---SOURCE - WHAS - COURTESY WHAS 11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLENew Haven, Kentucky - 22 December, 201313. Wide, flooded creek14. Wide, overturned SUV, seen through fence15 SOUNDBITE (English) Fire Chief Frank Hall, Rolling Fork Fire Department (Transcript Below)---SOURCE: WKYT - COURTESY WKYT, EMBARGO LEXINGTON, KENTUCKYLincoln County, Kentucky - 22 December, 2013 16. Mid, people working on debris17. Wide, damaged home18. Wide, tree down next to house19. SOUNDBITE (English) Priscilla Crabtree, Lincoln County, Kentucky (Transcript Below)\--- SOURCE: WVEC - COURTESY WVEC, EMBARGO NORFOLKNorfolk, Virginia - 22 December, 201320. Wide, man playing golf21. Close, hits golf ball22. Wide, men playing golf23. SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Rick Brown, Golfer (transcript below)24. Close, flight cancelled on airport flight board25. Close, more flight board26. Wide, flight board27. Wide, family in airport28. Mid, woman pulling luggage29. Wide, family walkingRESTRICTIONS SUMMARYWGME - COURTESY WGME, EMBARGO PORTLAND, MAINEKTUL - COURTESY KTUL, EMBARGO TULSAWHAS - COURTESY WHAS 11 NEWS, EMBARGO LOUISVILLEWKYT - COURTESY WKYT, EMBARGO LEXINGTON, KYWVEC - COURTESY WVEC, EMBARGO NORFOLKVOICE-OVER SCRIPT:RESIDENTS OF NORTHERN NEW ENGLAND AND UPPER MIDWEST COULD BE LOOKING AT SEVERAL DAYS IN THE DARK, AFTER ICE AND SNOW KNOCKED OUT POWER FOR MORE THAN 400-THOUSAND HOMES AND BUSINESSES FROM MAINE TO MICHIGAN AND WISCONSIN.ICY ROADS ARE EXPECTED IN THOSE AREAS ON MONDAY.ICE AND POWER OUTAGES ARE ALSO A PROBLEM IN OKLAHOMA, WHERE CREWS ARE FRANTICALLY TRYING TO RESTORE POWER.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH): Stan Whiteford, Pubic Service Company of Oklahoma"You have seen trees all over town that are completely bent over some of those might have caused a power outages on their way down."TRACK-2AT LEAST NINE DEATHS ARE BLAMED ON THE WEATHER NATIONWIDE OVER THE WEEKEND.THREE PEOPLE IN OKLAHOMA DIED IN ACCIDENTS ON ICY, SLICK ROADS.HEAVY RAINS AND FLOODS KILLED AT LEAST FIVE PEOPLE IN KENTUCY, INCLUDING SEVERAL WHO WERE SWEPT AWAY IN AN S-U-V.SOUNDBITE: Fire Chief Frank Hall, Rolling Fork Fire Departmentcheif frank hall / rolling fork fire department"we knew we had a terrible situation here and we were hoping to make some rescues."TRACK-3SOME RESIDENTS OF CENTRAL KENTUCKY SAW THEIR HOMES TORN APART BY POWERFUL WINDS.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Priscilla Crabtree: "Then all at once, the lights flashed and theelectric went off. A nd it was just this big loud noise like train." TRACK-4PEOPLE IN THE MID-ATLANTIC AND NORTHEAST CAN EXPECT TEMPERATURES TO DROP BACK TO THE 30-S ON MONDAY, AFTER SEEING RECORD HIGHS ON THE FIRST DAY OF WINTER.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Rick Brown, Golfer"You know December this time of year you never get to have a short sleeve day."TRACK-5FLIGHT-AWARE DOT COM SAYS NEARLY 700 FLIGHTS WERE CANCELLED AND MORE THAN 11-THOUSAND DELAYED NATIONWIDE BY EARLY MONDAY.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.