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Morning Brief: February 14

by Stephanie Colombini
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Morning Brief: February 14

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Valentine's Day goes on, despite the snow and rain.

Valentine's Day flower deliveries go on despite the snow. [CBS Local]

Weather

Slight chance of snow before 9 AM.  Temperatures should warm up a bit during the day, with a high of 40.  Light snow could return overnight. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

Mayor De Blasio defends inquiring into this supporters' arrest.  [NY Times]

New Jersey suffers one of its worst winter storms this season [CBS Local]

Critics slam Mayor De Blasio for keeping the schools open in the snow [WS Journal]

Sports

No New York Sports tonight.

Follow the 2014 Sochi Winter Olympics.

On Stage Tonight

Kings of Leon with special guest Gary Clark, Jr. @ Madison Square Garden, 8

Anti-Valentine's Day Cover Band Show feat. tunes by Saves the Day, Alkaline Trio, Weezer, Get Up Kids & More @ Death by Audio, 7

Today in History

In 1980, Walter Cronkite announces his retirement from the "CBS Evening News."

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