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DURATION: 1:36-----------------------------------------SHOTLIST:SOURCE - WABC - COURTESY WABC-TVClifton, New Jersey - 1 January, 20141. Close, bag of salt goes into shopping cart2. Close, Winter Melt bag3. Mid, shopping cart in store4. Mid, bag in shopping cart5. Mid, couple with snow blower leaves store6. Mid, shopping cart with snow shovels7. Mid, man picks up salt bag8. Wide, salt bags in store9. Mid, folks look at snow shovels10. Mid, snowblower rolling through store11. Mid, workers with snow blower outside with car12. SOUNDBITE (English) Frank Lozca, Buying a Snow Blower (Transcript Below)13. SOUNDBITE (English) Patrick Megalla, Getting Ready for Storm (Transcript Below)---SOURCE: WABC - COURTESY WABC-TVWhite Plains, New York - 1 January, 201414. Wide/pan down storage tower full of salt15. Close, City of White Plains symbol on vehicle16. Wide, cars driving on road17. SOUNDBITE (English) Bud Nicoletti Jr., White Plains, NY Dept. Of Public Works (Transcript Below) ---SOURCE: WSJV - COURTESY FOX 28, EMBARGO SOUTH BENDSouth Bend, Indiana - 1 January, 201418. Wide, snowy road19. Wide, snow, road, trees---SOURCE: WTVG - COURTESY WTVG, EMBARGO TOLEDOToledo, Ohio - 1 January, 201420. Wide, car drives by on snowy road21. Wide, road, car, snow falling22. Mid, snow plow pushes snow23. Wide, SUV Driving in snow24. SOUNDBITE (English) Jake Frankel, Toledo Resident (Transcript Below) 25. SOUNDBITE (English) Mark Davis, Toledo Resident (Transcript Below) ---SOURCE - WTNH - COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVENALL SCRIPTS MUST STATE: "USAGE OF THIS VIDEO IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS."New Haven, Connecticut - 1 January, 201426. Wide, night, exterior of homeless shelter27. Mid, emergency shelter sign28. Wide, emergency shelter exterior29. Wide, people in beds inside shelter30. Mid, person in bed31. Wide, people in shelter watching TVRESTRICTIONS SUMMARY:WABC: COURTESY WABC-TVWSJV: COURTESY FOX 28, EMBARGO SOUTH BENDWTVG: COURTESY WTVG, EMBARGO TOLEDOWTNH: COURTESY WTNH, EMBARGO HARTFORD/NEW HAVENALL SCRIPTS MUST STATE: "USAGE OF THIS VIDEO IS LIMITED TO THE LESSER OF THE PERIOD OF THE DISPLAY RIGHTS IN YOUR CONTRACT WITH AP OR 60 DAYS."VOICE-OVER SCRIPT:TRACK-1PEOPLE IN THE NORTHEASTERN U-S ARE GETTING READY, AS THE FIRST BIG WINTER STORM OF 20-14 CLOSES IN.NEW YORK CITY OFFICIALS HAVE ISSUED SNOW AND TRAVEL ALERTS, WITH THE STORM EXPECTED TO DROP BETWEEN SIX AND EIGHT INCHES OF SNOW IN THE AREA.MOST OF THE SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED EARLY FRIDAY MORNING.RESIDENTS ARE BUYING SALT, BASIC FOODS AND SNOWBLOWERS.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Frank Lozca, Buying a Snow Blower "They're saying possibly six, possibly 14 inches, but with this I'll be ready for anything."Patrick Megalla, Getting Ready for Storm" Generator full with gas, all of the extension cords running out to my garage. (reporter) Now you have a full tank. You're ready to go?"(Megalla)"Ready to go."TRACK-2CITY AND COUNTY OFFICIALS ARE ALSO GETTING READY, WITH PLOWING AND SALTING CREWS EXPECTED TO WORK LONG, HARD SHIFTS.PUBLIC OFFICIALS SAY RESIDENTS SHOULD ALSO BE PREPARED.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Bud Nicoletti Jr., White Plains, NY Dept. Of Public Works"Tomorrow morning should be ok. If you need to do anything, do it tomorrow. My best advice is do it, do it early."TRACK-3HEAVY SNOW FELL IN ILLINOIS AND INDIANA ON TUESDAY, CLOGGING ROADS IN MANY AREAS AND CANCELLING HUNDREDS OF FLIGHTS IN AND OUT OF CHICAGO.ROADS HAVE BEEN HAZARDOUS FOR DRIVERS IN NORTHERN OHIO, WHERE SNOWFALL IS EXPECTED TO GET HEAVIER ON THURSDAY.UP TO SIX INCHES OF SNOW COULD ACCUMULATE IN THE REGION BY THURSDAY NIGHT.SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Jake Frankel, Toledo Resident"it's pretty icy out there so we've been trying to go at a slow pace." SOUNDBITE (ENGLISH) Mark Davis, Toledo Resident"it's been pretty rough I have a 4-wheel drive so i'm lucky but we weredriving up in michigan we saw a car spin out right in front of us and hit aguardrail."TRACK-4AS MUCH AS A FOOT OF SNOW COULD HIT NEW ENGLAND.FORECASTERS EXPECT EXTREME COLD TO FOLLOW THE SNOW IN THE NORTHEAST, PROMPTING SOME CITIES TO SET UP EMERGENCY SERVICES FOR HOMELESS PEOPLE.SANDY KOZEL, THE ASSOCIATED PRESS.