First Snow

Christmas Tree

Originally uploaded by tbridge.

Well, the first flakes have fallen, and I’d say there’s about 1-2″ here in Fairlington tonight. The storm appears to have pushed further East than the forecasts had called for, and it appears we’ve missed the brunt of the storm here, though folks on the Chesapeake may get the lion’s share of the snow.

The roads in NoVA are clear tonight, though the stores are all out of milk and eggs. Shocking, really, that we would all overreact. Thankfully, with roads clear and snow just barely mounting, looks like we avoided the big storm we were promised.

I got out tonight when I got home, and took a bunch of long exposure shots on a tripod. The results are pretty amazing. Did you get a good shot of the snow? Share!

This post appeared in its original form at DC Metblogs

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