Thanks to Caitlin for sending from 13th and Pennsylvania Ave, NW
So about all those plows we saw earlier, from the National Weather Service:
“Mild weather today with showers, but temperatures will fall rapidly tonight, with rain expected to change to snow before ending. Accumulations remain uncertain, as the cold air will be racing in as the precip races away, but this is our current forecast as of early Tuesday.
Rain will mix with snow then change to all snow overnight into the Wednesday morning rush hour. Travel could be impacted” Read More
Photo by Rachel Shabad
Rachel reports around 8:40am: “Climate protest blocking K st & 18th through 21st st downtown. Some honking in support, some honking in frustration to get to work.” Read More
Photo by John Sonderman
Thanks to John for sending: “17th Street Flood Wall test install this morning.” Read More
Whoa, thanks to Max for sending: “Wind Damage at NoMa Metro. Heard this happen…wind took the door off the N Street station entrance. Yikes!” Read More
Thanks to Jenny for sending the awesome shot above: “From this morning. So many folks stopped in the middle of the st to take a picture on their commute. New Hampshire and I think swann st.”
And thanks to Blake Band for sending the great shot below: Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user quemac
“The National Weather Service (NWS) has issued a Freeze Watch for the District of Columbia, which will be in effect from 2AM-9AM, Saturday, November 2, 2019.
– Sub-freezing temperatures as low as 30 degrees are possible.
– Frost and freeze conditions could kill crops, other sensitive vegetation and possibly damage unprotected outdoor plumbing. Read More
Photo by PoPville flickr user DCbmyers
“The National Weather Service has issued a Tornado Watch for the District of Columbia until 12 AM Friday, November 1, 2019.
PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS Read More
Thanks to Matt for sending on SATURDAY: “Looks like we are getting our first Christmas trees in town potentially before we see our last one. Costco already has Christmas decorations on sale.”
From a press release:
“Youth leaders around the world have called for a Global Climate Strike and week of action from September 20-27. Youth have led the way so far but now they are calling on everyone to take action with them. In Washington, DC we are answering that call in a major way: we are going to Shut Down DC.
On September 23rd, a coalition of climate groups and allies will bring traffic and business as usual to a standstill in the nation’s capital to demand the government acts immediately to end the climate emergency. Read More