The Snowtorious B.I.G.
Winter Snow Settles Over Nation's Capitol
WASHINGTON - FEBRUARY 03: Giant panda bear Tai Shan walks across a snow-covered log at the Smithsonian National Zoological Park February 3, 2010 in DC....
OK, I didn't come up with that name myself, that's just one of the myriad of names I've heard the upcoming storm called. I think Snowmageddon is the most popular, but it just doesn't have the same ring as Snowtorious B.I.G. (The December 19 storm was called Snowpocalypse by many.)
Anyway, I know I posted the last time there was a big storm, but I figured I'd post again. This storm is supposed to dump 20"-28" on D.C. by the time all is said and done. The big storm in December dumped around 18". (I've read different figures in different places, but that seems like a rough average.) And, the storm in December was supposed to be a "once-every-6-years-or-so" occurence. Clearly it wasn't!
So, I'm just wondering, who will be affected by the upcoming storm? And what have you done to prepare? I wasn't planning on doing anything to prepare. (Well, I did stock up on Diet Coke yesterday.) But, after seeing all of the panic around me, I'm a little nervous! What if I get snowed in for weeks? That will probably not happen, but still.
Anyway, back to my questions...Who's getting snow? How much are you supposed to get? Are you excited? Have you done anything to prepare? Do you get to leave work early today? Inquiring minds want to know!