Heart Attacks, Fires and Other Lesser-Known Dangers of Extreme Winter Weather

If you’re one of the millions of Americans digging out or trying to stay warm after extreme winter weather, there are a few lesser-known dangers you should keep in mind. Heart attacks, fires and carbon monoxide poisoning are all risks that can kill in the days after a big storm. NBC Boston meteorologist Chris Gloninger joined LX News to talk about some of these winter weather dangers.