ALEXANDRIA, Va. — It seems fitting that on this 10th Washington Nationals Pitchers & Catchers Day of the 21st century, the city and region they represent is covered in snow that has been falling since last night.
The snow began in Alexandria’s West End around 7 p.m. and at 8:10 a.m I measured 8½ inches, the most we’ve seen since Snowmaggedon four years and one week ago. This is a paltry total comparatively, but since most of us are unable to go to work (oh and good job by OPM calling today off last night before many of us went to bed) it might as well be a enough to have some fun in. It’s good snow for building a snowman.
I should have an additional snowfall total post later in the day.