Residents of the U.S. Northeast shiver as low wind chills grip the region, with more snow expected in the coming days. Jillian Kitchener reports.
Brave New Yorkers battle the elements, shielding their skin from the bitterly cold temperatures... in some areas, minus 20 with the windchill. It's stopped this fountain in Bryant Park from flowing. And the deep freeze isn't over yet. Meteorologists say more snow is expected in the Northeast for President's Day and into Tuesday, as yet another winter storm rolls through. Salt trucks were out in Memphis overnight in preparation. In Boston, snow banks are expected to rise. The city's seen around 6 feet since late January. And it's causing some roofs, like this suburban UPS, to sag. As residents dig out from the latest in a series of storms that made February the snowiest month in Boston's history, the city readies for more.