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>> New Yorkers are wasting no time getting ready for Winter Storm Stella.>> My snow blower broke, just in time.>> The Northeast is expected to be hit late Monday with forecasters calling for up to two feet of snow in places by early Wednesday. Westchester in New York already has trucks in place.
>> We're gonna have the plows all ready by today. We got all the supplies we need. It hasn't been a brutal winter so we've kinda lucky with that.>> Some 50 million people are under storm or blizzard warnings and watches New York mayor Bill de Blasio already cancelling school for Tuesday.
>> We're seeing this snow storm hitting exactly at the time when parents will be trying to move around with their children.>> In New Jersey, Governor Chris Christie says they are waiting for updates before making any further decisions.>> As we know from past times, I've declared states of emergency that have been absolutely required.
>> And I've declared some where all of a sudden snow didn't show up.>> One person taking no chances, German Chancellor Angela Merkel, who has postponed her trip to meet President Trump at the White House. She's now coming on Friday instead. White House Spokesman Sean Spicer, had this message for everyone in the storm's path.
>> Thank you all, be safe tomorrow with the snow. Thank you very much. Take care. Stay safe.>> Are you briefing tomorrow?