Beijing Air Update

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The temperature in Beijing could reach the mid-90s. University of Rhode Island atmospheric chemist Kenneth Rahn predicted last week that a dust storm would blow down China's hopes for blue skies during the Olympic opening ceremonies. Alex Chadwick checks in with Rahn, who's monitoring the air quality.

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Courtesy Kenneth Rahn
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Courtesy Kenneth Rahn



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