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Morning Brief: February 16

Morning Brief: February 16
New York City dealing with the cold temperatures.

New York City residents (and pretty much the whole northeast United States) are dealing with the cold temperatures on President's Day. The winds mixed with the already low temperatures have brought the wind chill below freezing. New York City officials have urged residents to be smart and stay indoors when possible. [CBS NY]


Today, mostly sunny with a high of 24, and tonight, snow likely with an inch to three inches expected, low of 16. [Full Forecast]

Need to Know

ISIS continues to use violence against prisoners, releases new evidence of more murders. [CNN]

The FAA has proposed new rules for commercial drone use. [NBC News]

New York City streak of days without a killing ends at 12. [New York Times]

Celebrities and athletes spend time in New York City during NBA All-Star Weekend. [CBS NY]

New Jersey gas prices are on the rise. [NBC News]


The New York Islanders host the New York Rangers at 7. 

On Stage Tonight

 Colin Hay @ City Winery


 Angela McCluskey And Paul Cantelon @ Rockwood Music Hall
Today in History
In 2005, the National Hockey League cancels its entire 2004-2005 season after a labor dispute.