“We’ll see what it does within the next 48 hours, whether it comes inland.”
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The District's weather-watchers expressed their dismay at the slight chance of snow hitting the region Tuesday with an abundance of question marks on Twitter and blogs.
Residents responded to the Capital Weather Gang's headline ("D.C. area forecast: From summer today to winter late Tuesday; even snow?") on Twitter thusly: "???"
The National Weather Service says this weekend's [...]
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How much snow did D.C. actually accumulate during the latest snowstorm? According to the National [...]
The National Weather Service has issued a winter storm watch for the entire Baltimore and D.C. region, which means there's at least a 50 percent chance of said winter storming coming our way later this week. And that, in turn, means there's a significant chance of winter storm anxiety. Here's the Washington City Paper winter weather [...]
Good day, Winter Weather Panicsphere! Do you want to talk about something other than the impending Snowmaggedon/Snowpocalypse/SnOMG2? Well, too bad. Here's the day's roundup, by the numbers:
18-24: Number of inches of snow on the way for the region, according to the National Weather Service forecast
28: Record number of inches for a D.C. snowstorm, from one [...]
There is no time for pleasantries this morning. There is time only for panic.
If you haven't begun to panic, it is too late. True panic must begin early. Otherwise, it is not true panic. And it doesn't help.
Anyway, listen up, City Desk!
The good folks over at the National Weather Service are also panicked: They have [...]