The Washington region is responding to its second significant snowfall in less than a week. It’s a sequence of winter weather that’s pushing the public and public officials to the brink. We get updates from those coordinating the response — from clearing the roads to restoring power.

A view from WAMU (February 10, 2010) 1am – 4pm ET. Corner of Wisconsin Avenue and River Road, NW. WAMU 88.5 visible in background.


Time lapse, 1 frame/minute. Taken with Nikon P5100.

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