Nightly News | November 09, 2011
BRIAN WILLIAMS, anchor: This is the western coast of Alaska tonight. They're in the midst of an epic
storm. Put it this way: If this were hitting the East Coast population centers, the coverage would go on for days. Satellite pictures show a monster 750 miles long. One woman said her house was shaking like an earthquake. The winds hit just under 100 miles an hour. Storm surge along the coast. It's bigger than a lot of people have seen in a lifetime. An unusually intense storm even along the Alaskan coast. They don't scare easily up there.