Last night a little system went through the area, and dumped about a one half to one inch of snow. Reports from DC were of awful traffic, but our roads were clear this morning when Skye II and I ventured out to get the morning Washington Post.
This, of course, is just the fore shock of the snowmaggedocolypse that is supposed to be heading for us starting tomorrow afternoon. Named Winter Storm Jonas
by the Weather Channel, the various models
generally have us in the 12 inch range, but very close to the center of the snow bomb that could hit Washington D.C. with 24 inches or more. These coastal storms are unpredictable, and a few miles can make a big difference in the outcome. But we're about as ready as we can be.
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