Snow Chaos Much of the Northeast tries to return to normal after a Christmas Day nor'easter dumps record amounts of snow and shuts airports. Shelters were opened to house hundreds of holiday motorists stranded by the blizzard, which dumped up to four feet of snow. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann reports.

Northeasterners Dig Out from Record Snow

Northeasterners Dig Out from Record Snow

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Much of the Northeast tries to return to normal after a Christmas Day nor'easter dumps record amounts of snow and shuts airports. Shelters were opened to house hundreds of holiday motorists stranded by the blizzard, which dumped up to four feet of snow. North Country Public Radio's Brian Mann reports.