Jan. 3 - Blizzard conditions in the Northeast cancel thousands of flights, cause widespread traffic troubles as artic chill bears down on region. Linda So reports.
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Mounds of snow cover streets in Boston after a massive snow storm slams the Northeast.
Massachusetts has been one of the hardest hit areas with up to two feet of snow in some parts of the state.
For these French tourists, it's been a less than ideal trip.
SOUNDBITE: UNIDENTIFIED TOURIST, SAYING:
"We like Boston, but it's snowy and windy."
Thousands of flights have been canceled because of the snow.
The dangerous conditions also snarling traffic on the roads.
On top of that, temperatures are expected to dip into the single digits.
SOUNDBITE: BOSTON EMS CHIEF JAMES HOOLEY, SAYING:
"With sub-zero temperatures, you worry about frostbite. You worry about hypothermia. It doesn't take long for those symptoms to come on."
So if you want to go out to play in the snow, be sure you're extra careful.
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