Some readers may have heard about the snow storms which have been plaguing us on the East Coast this season. Generally, DC doesn't get much snow but we were hit this past weekend with around 20 inches, with a second storm dumping between 10-15 inches on us currently. Above you see the mostly untouched snow from last weekend on Thomas Circle as the new storm started last night.
Above is the National City Christian Church by John Russell Pope just 100 feet away but barely visible through the snow. You may remember my post on the church HERE with how it looks on a normal day.
Most cars remain buried under a layer of deep snow covered in ice. Luckily most sidewalks in front of apartment buidings, like the one seen above, have been cleared but crossing the mostly unplowed streets is treacherous and difficult.
Wish us luck digging out from this storm. Southern cities do not have the mechanisms to cope with these acts of nature. At least they're pretty!

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