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>> Some 50 million people Tuesday, from Washington to Maine, pounded by a rare, late winter nor'easter.>> Mother Nature is an unpredictable lady sometimes.>> The storm sparing areas expected to get potentially record-breaking snow, like New York City.>> This storm is not delivering as much snow as forecasted at all.
>> While Upstate New York and parts of New England got the worst of it. Thousands dealing with power outages in places like Boston.>> People need to remember to take it easy out there, and not to over-exert themselves when it's time to clean up.>> The storm flooding city streets along the New Jersey Shore, and areas of Pennsylvania hit with two feet of snow.
Airlines cancelling more than 6,000 flights across the United States. The National Weather Service saying such a storm is rare for so late in the winter. Especially after unusually mild weather in the last two months. DC's celebrated cherry trees encased in ice now. The National Park Service saying if it gets down to 24 degrees in Washington, 90% of the cherry blossoms could be lost.