It was a snowstorm for the ages. Monday marks the 10-year anniversary of the Groundhog Day Blizzard of 2011 when several feet of snow fell on the Chicago area. Ground, rail and air transportation came to a grinding halt, and more than 80,000 people were left without power. And who could forget the image of cars abandoned mid-commute on Lake Shore Drive? Reset revisits one of the biggest snowstorms in Chicago history with meteorologist Jon Davis.
GUEST: Jon Davis, chief meteorologist at RiskPulse