New York City Snow Forecasts Trimmed as Storm Downgraded

Jan. 27 -- The storm blowing through the U.S. northeast won’t drop as much snow as forecasters anticipated. New York City may get no more than a foot of snow as the nor’easter tapers off Tuesday evening, compared to a forecast of as much as 23.8 inches, according to Hometown Forecast Services in Nashua, New Hampshire.

Harold Hamm Says EIA Shale Forecast Is 'Flat Wrong'
54:11 - Harold Hamm, Continental Resources chief executive officer, discusses the state of the U.S. energy industry with Bloomberg's Alix Steel on "Bloomberg Daybreak: Americas." (Source: Bloomberg)
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