Judging by the stats for the past 60 days, the 5th most popular post (by views) in my blog has been my Historic 2009 Snowfall in Virginia one posted on December 20, 2009 after it’s been snowing for two days straight.
Everyone who thought that was the super snow (including myself) were wrong. Look at the Twitter trends for Washington, DC now (image on the right) and you don’t have to be here in Northern Virginia to see the kind of snow we’re getting here now. Eight out of ten most discussed types of tweets now are about the super snowstorm we’re having right now.
CBS News has christened it “monster snowstorm”. “Extremely dangerous” and “epic” are the words used by the government; and it is being reported that “this storm could top the record 28 inches that blanketed the nation’s capital way back in 1922.” More here:
Power out………….. 🙁