Thanks to all who emailed too – those have been added to the regular animal fix queue. Enjoy the rest from our Instagram and thanks to all who tagged us: Read More


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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”

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“Mac loving the snow in Rock Creek Park!” from Wesley

Thanks to everyone who has been messaging such amazing photos. And thanks to Jeffrey for reminding us that Feds still working and those who follow the Feds schedule can still follow OPM for tomorrow’s work schedule:

“Skiers in Logan Circle.” by Rachel Weisel

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“Bo, experiencing his first snow, in Grant Circle. Bo is a recent transplant to DC from South Carolina (thanks, Boykin Spaniel Rescue!) and this is the face he made after being beaned by his first snowball. We won’t try that again for awhile.” from Tara

“From Langdon/Woodridge at 8:30am. It’s so beautiful!” from Kathryn

Snow angels in Brightwood park from Amy

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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

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