When the NFL postponed Sunday's Philedelphia game against the Vikings to Tuesday because of snow, Governor Ed Rendell was quick to criticize the decision suggesting that America had become a 'nation of wussies.'In response, Ed Rendell was reserved a special seat for non-wussies: Watch below: Read More
Planes began landing again Monday at two of the nation's busiest airports after a blizzard that clobbered the Northeast with more than 2 feet of snow grounded flights in the New York metropolitan area, stranding thousands of travelers trying to get home after the holidays. Read More
It appears all those January, February and March showers are going to be followed by some April showers.The rain that greeted this week is not going away. Read More
Washington, D.C. Police Chief Cathy Lanier mentioned something interesting this morning. Asked how many tickets were issued during the city's recent snowstorms to cars parked on snow emergency routes, she said "about 4,000." Read More
The Hill's Jordy Yager reports that Sen. Durbin launched a full-scale rant against Washingtonian's response to the historic amount of snow hit our area in the last week. Read More
Snow is expected Tuesday in the higher elevations of the Santa Cruz Mountains, East Bay hills and the Diablo Range as another cold winter storm passes through the Bay Area.
Elevations higher than 2,500 feet are expected to receive two to three inches of snow, and those greater than 3,000 feet should see about five to six inches of snow, National Weather Service meteorologist Brian Tetinger said. Read More
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The D.C. area faced a gigantic digging out project Sunday after an historic storm dumped upwards of two feet of snow on the region, leaving many without power and stranded indoors along unplowed streets.
“This is a major event,” said Bob Hainey, a spokesman for Pepco. “We’re going to keeping hitting it.” Read More
Snow continued to blanket the D.C. region Saturday and snarl roads and highways, wreaking havoc for local residents.
Accumulation cracked two feet in certain spots around the area as workers scrambled to keep up with the steady snowfall. Thousands in the area were left without power as the fluffy stuff felled tree branches and knocked over power lines. Dominion Virginia said it had restored power to about 101,000 of 207,000 customers affected as of noon. Read More
Whatever other damage the weekend’s blizzard caused, it’s wreaking havoc with already stressed-out state and local budgets.
Maryland has used $50 million of the $60 million it set aside for snow removal this year, Gov. Martin O’Malley said.
In Virginia, the picture was even bleaker. The state typically sets aside up to $80 million for snow jobs, but had already spent $100 million, Gov. Bob McDonnell said. Read More