WASHINGTON, DC — The D.C. #Snowhole has struck again. The graphics embedded below is enough to make one think that a top-secret agency has developed a snowstorm-repelling machine and installed it somewhere in the District.
Up until as recently as Thursday, we were expecting easily the biggest snowstorm of the season in the area, although that isn’t saying much. But even that possibility evaporated over just 24 hours, and by Friday we were looking at another bust of a snowstorm.
Take a look at the #Snowhole below and marvel at how much it resembles ones from storms earlier this year.
DC is EXCEPTIONAL in its ability to repel snow. https://t.co/TkQequHN6I— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) March 11, 2018
Latest run of the Euro model tells you everything you need to know…big snow gap over the Mid-Atlantic region. Some snow still likely to fall, just unlikely to stick around. Will fall too lightly & temps later today expected to be above freezing. May mix with sleet east of town. pic.twitter.com/QJHXKxuOWz— Mike Thomas (@MikeTFox5) March 12, 2018
WASHINGTON – FEBRUARY 09: The U.S. Capitol is seen through a hole blown through snow piled along the top of a wall February 9, 2010 in Washington, DC. On the heels of a record snowfall last week in the nation’s capital, forecasters are predicting 12 more inches of snow overnight. (Photo by Chip Somodevilla/Getty Images)