Friday, February 5, 2010

Storm of the Century?


Meteorologists say the snow storm could be historic, setting records that are 100 years old.

The snow is expected to start around 11 a.m. It's expected to dump 2 feet of white stuff by the time it ends Saturday.

We're only 18.7 inches away from being the snowiest winter in 100 years, and we could do that in the next two days.
Another storm is coming Tuesday.

I suggest we comment here with weekend run plans as the storm develops. As of now, it appears more practical to run long on Sunday as Saturday will be a white out.

7 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is coming down now as I look out of my window...

If I can get out of my driveway on Sunday morning, then I can meet you folks at the Line...

YF

Andy said...

I borrowed my parents' coal shovel so I will try to get there Sunday. But I doubt it.

Charlie Ban said...

if the metro is running above ground on Sunday morning, I can be close to the Line. Tomorrow, I think I'm just going to sleep in and run wherever I can around Falls Church

Chuck K said...

I am going to do 400's under the whitehurst pkwy, anyone in?

Peter said...

For Sunday, I guess any hearty souls who care to rendezvous at the line can plan on meeting at 9:30am.

Matias said...

Or we all meet at Dupont at 2pm for the snowball fight...

http://www.facebook.com/group.php?gid=214506802146

Traffic will be slow, we can take back the streets!

KLIM said...

BULLETIN - SNOW STORM TAKES A "BREAK" DURING EARLY/MID MORNING, BUT 5-9 MORE INCHES ARE EXPECTED TODAY. RED FOX TO DASH OUT AT 0830 HRS. IF LOST, THIS FOX WAS LAST SEEN RUNNING NORTH...INTO THE STORM...DEVELOPING