It’s been a rainy fall here in the D.C. area.
It snowed in the D.C. region today—a very rare occurrence for October. I snapped a few pictures around our neighborhood, but the snow didn’t want to stick — Alexandria, VA
I’ve been hibernating this winter, so the photos are lacking. And spring hasn’t exactly come to the nation’s capital yet. Though it is cherry blossom season – the unofficial start to spring in Washington – the weather has been miserable and even brought snow last week. A dusting of snow on spring blossoms — Alexandria, …
The sunrise was especially colorful on the day it snowed — Alexandria, VA
It snowed yesterday for the first time this winter. And in typical Washington fashion, the 1 inch sent people into a panic — Washington, D.C.
We are currently experiencing Tropical Storm Nicole’s fury, with excessive rain and excessively long commutes. It’s not pretty out there. Last week I caught a faint rainbow peeking out from behind the Washington Monument after a brief afternoon shower. Hopefully something good comes out of today’s nasty weather.