Snowpocalypse!

Gosh, there sure is a lot of snow out there!

Update (1:00 am): Whoo hoo! My street just got plowed. God bless taxes!

Comments

  1. #1 Joe Shelby
    December 19, 2009

    Back in ’93 there was a storm up I-81 that closed the school for two days, mostly ’cause nobody was there – it came on the saturday at the end of spring break and many were stuck at their ski resorts in PA and NY (or even Canada). The back door to (Miller Hall) MG-30, a full flight down, was completely full of snow all the way to ground level. That was the worst that had ever hit the school while I was there. This is, the 4th worst DC storm since I lived here.

  2. #2 JohnV
    December 19, 2009

    We have close to 20 inches just outside of DC. In and of itself its not the end of the world (at least for transplants from upstate new york), but an inch of snow here causes havoc so there’s great potential for disaster :P

  3. #3 atheismdead
    December 19, 2009

    Looks like your website is under attack from supernatural forces…

    http://dyn.politico.com/members/forums/thread.cfm?catid=2&subcatid=7&threadid=3449994

    you really need to add comment moderation to your blasphemy…

  4. #4 tyaddow
    December 20, 2009

    We got around 16 inches down here in Roanoke. It has quite the paralyzing effect in the south, unlike anything I ever saw in Chicago. Worse yet, they tainted the TV broadcast of “Elf” last night with a “church closings” banner.

    Oh, and when you post blasphemous snowfall updates you might want to wear your flame-retardant asbestos suit to protect against the GOATS ON FIRE!

  5. #5 Takis Konstantopoulos
    December 21, 2009

    We got lots of snow here, in Scotland, too.

  6. #6 anon
    December 21, 2009

    The best snowstorm I ever saw was a few miles south of you, in Bridgewater, around 1966; we got about two feet of snow, but the wind pushed it into six-foot drifts in the cow pasture (now, IIRC, a Bridgewater College parking lot) across the road. It was wonderful — at least, to a seven-year-old; I doubt if the adults who had to drive in it were as happy as I was.

  7. #7 Oracle Training Pakistan
    January 6, 2010

    wow . ok. well about my experience teh worst snowfall i witnesed was that i was in asia -Pakistan – Murree (A beautiful hill Resort) and bad luck was that after ten years there was a terrifying snow storm. 10 feet snow in first day. whole houses were covered with snow and also cars. well my vacation trip to view beautiful nature was turned to a terrifying one.