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Morning Brief: February 13

by Stephanie Colombini
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Morning Brief: February 13

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New York City prepares for even more snow.

Mayor De Blasio announces a hazardous travel advisory for New York City, but public schools are staying open. [Eyewitness News]

Weather

Expect snow in the morning that will turn to sleet in the early afternoon and accumulate an estimated 3-7 inches.  More snow to come in the evening, with winds reaching as high as 38 mph.  [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Governor Chris Christie declares State of Emergency for New Jersey [Eyewitness News]

Mayor De Blasio proposes his first budget for New York City [NY Times]

New York Yankees Captain Derek Jeter announces 2014 will be his final season [ESPN]

Sports

The Brooklyn Nets play the Bulls in Chicago tonight at 8.

Stay up-to-date with the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

On Stage Tonight

Late Show: Timbre Timbre, Lowell @ Mercury Lounge; 9:30

Macy Gray @ Iridium Jazz Club; 8

Today in History

In 2008, a 100-day strike by Hollywood writers ends.

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