I'm not sure we're properly prepared for the coming collision of shutdown specials and snow day specials. Sunday be damned.
— PoPville (@PoPville) January 13, 2019
Start stretching! Send your snow photos, snow dogs and snow fun action via email to [email protected] or Twitter/Facebook/Instagram @PoPville (and tag ’em #PoPville on IG).
Snurlough credit to the great photographer often seen here – Phil Yabut (@philliefan_99).
North Cleveland Park Sunday 8am
Frome the Washington DC Snowball Fight Association:
“Team #DCSFA is excited to kick off our season with a Washington Snowdown Fight at 1pm on the Western grounds of the Washington Monument! All furloughed, excepted, and other residents and visitors to DC are welcome to join!
The Washington Monument itself is fenced off but the grassy grounds on its western side are wide open. So let’s meet there at 1pm to enjoy the winter wonderland!
HOW TO GET THERE: The closest Metro is Smithsonian Station (Blue/Orange/Silver). Take the Mall/Jefferson Drive exit and head west along the National Mall toward the Monument. It’s about a 10 minute walk.”
Scarlett by Jenna Sauber
“a #snurlough dog in East Bethesda” from Anna Anderson
“Chops is carefully monitoring the snowfall in Alexandria. He says it smells fine. His work here is done.” from Terri Pollock
Photo by Anne Marie Malecha
Around midnight “Coming down in Capitol Hill, the German refuses to come inside” photo by @zoeica
Photo by @melodymuses
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Government workers were on call to clean the steps of the U.S. Capitol overnight as a winter storm rolled into #washingtondc. As this may be my last time documenting a winter wonderland in DC for a while, I went out for an overnight stroll. #snow #winter #storm #uscapitol #reflection #washingtondc #igdc #igersdc #ig_northamerica #acreativedc #dcfocused #exposeddc #fotodc #dcist #popville #washmagphoto #bythings #washingtonian #dcculture #ilovedc #exploredc #dcitystyle #202creates #SoCapitolFile #theamericancollective #dcweather #workers #governmentshutdown @capitalweather