Most winters, the DC area gets about 6-7 inches of snow, with an “average” of 15. Total. So far this year, we have over 50 inches, with 90 inches in some areas. In that context, a storm that drops 3 inches usually is a big deal. To show you how we are adapting, a new storm is expected to deposit a “mere” 5 inches on Monday.
The road leading up to my house re-defines the word “plowed.” Some state rep in Richmond is going to be hearing from me (in Virginia, the state is responsible for all road plowing).
Another fire station roof collapses, and the station catches fire.
And to show you that some folks haven’t lost their sense of humor, I leave you with this: