In this week's episode:
-Power to the people: Kevin Selle talks with a Nebraska utility engineer about the tremendous damage a New Year's ice storm has caused to the state's power grid;
-Old Man Winter's attack on Denver: Heavy snow means lots of work for some businesses and bad news for others. David Black talks with Denver landscape company representative Blake Williams and Michael, a restaurant greeter, about the effects of the recent snowstorms hitting Colorado;
-Aiming to break a record? Bill Murray says Denver has already received half of its all-time snowfall record;
-After the snow, then what? Brian Peters says the Denver area could be dealing with severe flooding during the spring;
-Is the national news media looking the other way on some weather stories? James Spann says 'nobody cares' about one of the biggest weather events happening in the nation;
-Colder than a...!": J.B. Elliott shares some amazingly cold temperatures in Siberia;
-Wintry weather on the horizon for the South? James says it's a possibility...
-StormAlert 2007: James announces the list of cities and dates for this year's ABC 33/40 StormAlert Tour...
Join James Spann, Kevin Selle, J. B. Elliott, Brian Peters, Bill Murray and David Black...
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