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Photo by PoPville flickr user Tim Brown

From AlertDC:

“National Weather Service has issued winter weather advisory to go into effect at 10 PM tonight until 10 AM Friday, March 1, 2019. Precipitation will in the form of snow and sleet. A total snow and sleet accumulation is expected to be 1 to 3 inches in the District.

Precautionary / Preparedness Actions: Read More

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Just How Windy Is It?


Photo by Bradley Peniston

Bradley reported around 8:30am:

“High winds have toppled a big tree *over* the stone wall of the Soldiers Home Cemetery and across southbound North Capitol Street, tying up traffic for blocks.”

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And I wanted to ask why but I also didn’t want to disrupt the cosmos so I simply, creepily, took a photo from a far. Be well, snow shorts guy, you do you.

“I am alone in the midst of these happy, reasonable voices. All these creatures spend their time explaining, realizing happily that they agree with each other. In Heaven’s name, why is it so important to think the same things all together.”
― Jean-Paul Sartre

And so concludes snow day, February 20th, 2019.

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“Beans in Chevy Chase DC”

“After the burst of big flakes, Aurora estimates around 3 inches of accumulation in Manor Park.”

“Pumpkin and her boots are taking Kingman Park by storm”

Many, many more: Read More

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And you know what that means? Snow Dogs!!
Send yours to [email protected] or @PoPville on social. Cheers, be safe and have fun. Now where we doing brunch?


Photo by Kyle

From OPM:

“Federal offices in the DC area are CLOSED. Emergency and telework-ready employees must follow their agency’s policies.”

And From Metro:

“Metrorail service will operate every 12 minutes on each line Wednesday to allow deicing equipment to operate between passenger trains and to match significantly reduced ridership demand in the morning. Service levels may be increased during the day if conditions allow. Read More

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