U.S. east coast now in dig out mode after epic winter storm
Sun, Jan 24: Millions of Americans are preparing to dig out after a monster blizzard pounded the U-S East Coast. Travel bans in New York City and Baltimore are being lifted, and some airlines are considering restarting limited service at airports in the New York area. The U-S National Weather Service says New York received 68.1 centimetres of snow. That was just shy of the record snowfall in 2006. Aarti Pole reports.