According to the below source, when you prune a weeping cherry you need to evaluate the tree before making the first cut. The weeping varieties generally need a strong, central leader so it can support it’s branches. They also need a few strong upper branches to grow tall, when they get tall enough you will get the weeping effect which is what you want. It is better to prune in the late summer because there is less sap in the tree.
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