This program is 29 minutes long
(New York: Sharyn Alfonsi) The aftermath of snow and wind featured; scenes shown of the "snownato" in the East, people stuck in a New York City subway, the airport. [MAN; on subway, GUY; stranded drivers MAN, voice of Andrew LAUDA; at airport, MAN - comment on weather conditions.]
(Studio: David Muir) The fire and ice in the blizzard in New England introduced.
(Scituate and Logan Airport, Massachusetts: Jeremy Hubbard) The snow and flooding from the winter storm in Massachusetts featured; scenes shown from Scituate, including a fire and the snow clearing machines at the snowy airport. [Three RESIDENTS; Massport CEO Thomas KINTON, Massport aviation director Edward FRENI- comment on the conditions.]
(Studio: David Muir) The mudslides in California after the rain and snow in Colorado and the storm moving on to the Northeast reviewed.
(Studio: David Muir) Live discussion held with WABC-TV meteorologist Lee Goldberg, WPVI-TV meteorologist Cecily Tynan and WCBV-TV meteorologist Harvey Leonard about the weather system. [GOLDBERG - talks about "thunder snow" and how it moved eastward.] [TYNAN - explains how it was like a winter hurricane.] [LEONARD - explains how the system caused a storm surge of flooding.]
(Studio: David Muir) Report introduced.
(Philadelphia: David Kerley) The controversy in Philadelphia over the decision to cancel the Philadelphia Eagles football game featured; scenes shown from the snow-filled stadium. [Governor Ed RENDELL - says the game would have been a real experience.]
(Schaumberg, Illinois: Chris Bury) The impact of the blizzard on post-holiday shopping examined; holiday sales statistics cited; scenes shown from the Chicago mall. [Three SHOPPERS, ShopperTrak founder Bill MARTIN, mall manager Mark STRITCH- comment on shopping and sales.]
(Boston: Tim Johnson) The end-of-life options for terminally ill medical patients examined; details given about a study about dying at home or in the hospital. [Ovarian cancer patient Lois RILEY - comments on her illness, her options and quality of life.] [Dana-Farber Cancer Inst. Dr. Alexei WRIGHT- says patients who have a conversation do better.]
(Studio: David Muir) Tomorrow's segment previewed.
(Los Angeles: Ryan Owens) The plight of a couple who missed a question on a TV game show "Million Dollar Drop" and it turned out their answer was not wrong reviewed; scenes shown from the show; details given of the online reaction to the Fox show's decision about the money. [Contestant Gabe OKOYE- comments.]