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  • Probably won't climb Wednesday, as the snowpocalypse is nigh.

    and i fall

  • A snowpocalypse is underway, though we appear to be at the intermission.

    a little drop of poison in the red red blood

  • Seems like the snowpocalypse is scheduled for tomorrow and Sunday, so I am going to try to eat something and get out for a run in a minute here, since I suspect trying to drive to yoga class tomorrow morning with rush hour +snow would be pretty dumb.

    would you die of grieving when I leave?

  • Dubbed the 'snowpocalypse' - or sometimes 'snowpocalypse II' in deference to the previous storm that blanketed Washington in December - the scenes on the streets this past week have actually seemed eerily post-apocalyptic.

    Global Issues News Headlines

  • Dubbed the "snowpocalypse" - or sometimes "snowpocalypse II" in deference to the previous storm that blanketed Washington in December - the scenes on the streets this past week have actually seemed eerily post-apocalyptic.

    CommonDreams.org Headlines

  • Climbing tonight is cancelled due to snowpocalypse, which is actually kind of a relief.

    I hate you. Where's my snowpocalypse?

  • Bear's brain: Isn't there some kind of snowpocalypse prep we need to be doing?

    and the boys upstairs just don't understand any more

  • Disasters included October's violent storms in the Southwest and the "snowpocalypse" that struck the Northeast in late December.

    Travelers Sounds Optimistic Note

  • Catastrophe claims rose to $55 million from $10 million as the number of severe weather events across the U.S. increased, including October's violent storms in the Southwest and the "snowpocalypse" that struck the Northeast in late December.

    Financial Briefing Book: Jan. 26

  • Stibolt acknowledges that she didn't have it as bad as Susan Harris of Takoma Park, Md., where multiple blizzards the locals dubbed "snowpocalypse" kept the Washington, D.C., area and much of the Northeast region under knee - and thigh-high piles of snow for months.

    Spring has sprung gardeners, and 3 in 4 Americans can dig it

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  • Way back when, the Scots called this a feeding storm.

    June 7, 2011

  • And I remember driving through the great snowpocalypse of 1996. And doesn't anyone remember 1978?

    Not to mention that blizzard in 1888 that all those people died in. Sheesh...

    February 10, 2010

  • Short memories, it seems to me. The East Coast blizzards of 1993 and 1996 were far worse, weren't they? I remember digging out of 3 feet of snow (in Philadelphia) after the 1993 storm.

    February 9, 2010

  • snowvalanche!

    February 6, 2010

  • graupelots!

    February 6, 2010

  • “As snow began to accumulate on the White House grounds and the National Mall in the afternoon, much of Washington was hunkered down, bracing for what newspapers and bloggers have been calling the “snowpocalypse,” or “snowmageddon,” and the streets in the center of the city were unusually quiet.”

    The New York Times, East Coast Is Hit by ‘Potentially Epic Snowstorm’ , by John M. Broder and Jack Healy, February 5, 2010

    February 6, 2010