Feb 3 - New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio warns locals ''Things are going to be messy'' ahead of a winter storm that could dump 4 to 8 inches of snow on the Northeastern U.S.
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Plows were out early in New York and Pennsylvania, trying to make headway after a winter storm swept across the U.S. Northeast.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio did his best to lower expectations about the city's cleanup effort.
SOUNDBITE: NEW YORK CITY MAYOR BILL DE BLASIO, SAYING:
"Things are going to be messy today. Snow is coming down faster than we can plow it. We have a very aggressive plowing operation going on, but the snow is coming down very rapidly."
Flights --- more then 1,000 were canceled across the U.S., stranding travelers in New York and New Jersey. For those--- in town for the Super Bowl --- the delay was just more bad news.
SOUNDBITE: DENVER BRONCO FAN SAYING:
"All the frustrations we had yesterday with getting to the stadium - and if we won the game it would've gone away."
New York and New Jersey are expected to be hit with between 4 and 8 inches of snow overnight.
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