Here's how it was described by the Capital Weather Gang this morning:
Snow is quickly pushing into the area, and it appears it will keep running east fairly fast. Snow should be into D.C. between 9 and 10 a.m. at this rate, probably covering the whole region by noon or so. Thanks to very cold temperatures, the first flakes stick.I went off to the Newseum to see Ann Hornaday talk about the Oscars. I'll have more on that in later post.
Here are a few pictures from the Newseum and my walk around after the Oscar talk.
|The view from the deck at the Newseum|
|Looking down Pennsylvania Ave toward the Capitol|
|Another view of the Capitol.|
|The Capitol grounds.|
|Dogs in the snow.|
|The Supreme Court|