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Watch the 2016 DC Snowstorm Unfold in Photos

Watch the 2016 DC Snowstorm Unfold in Photos
Snow began to fall in downtown Silver Spring. The streets were empty.

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Friday, January 22, 2016

DC is a beautiful place in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Evan Gildenblatt.
DC is a beautiful place in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Evan Gildenblatt.
The cemetery in Old Town, Alexandria during the 2016 Washington, DC snowstorm.
The cemetery in Old Town, Alexandria during the 2016 Washington, DC snowstorm. Photograph courtesy of Jeffrey Pavlov.
14th and U. Photograph courtesy of James Thurston.
14th and U. Photograph courtesy of James Thurston.
Before it got too bad to drive. Photograph courtesy of Shirley Santos.
Before it got too bad to drive. Photograph courtesy of Shirley Santos.
East-West Highway in downtown Silver Spring was deserted on Friday night.
East-West Highway in downtown Silver Spring was deserted on Friday night. Photograph by Patrick Thornton.
Capital Hill in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Ashley Sinha.
Capitol Hill in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Ashley Sinha.
A rooftop in Dupont Circle looking north to Adam's Morgan. Photograph courtesy of Julius Gwyer.
A rooftop in Dupont Circle looking north to Adam’s Morgan. Photograph courtesy of Julius Gwyer.
Acorn Park in downtown Silver Spring in the snow.
Acorn Park in downtown Silver Spring. Photograph by Patrick Thornton.
Pentagon City covered in snow. Photograph courtesy of Olga Berman.
Pentagon City covered in snow. Photograph courtesy of Olga Berman.
Wardman Park in Woodley Park. Photograph courtesy of Holly Gerrity.
Wardman Park in Woodley Park. Photograph courtesy of Holly Gerrity.
Photograph courtesy of James Saulsky.
Photograph courtesy of James Saulsky.
Photograph courtesy of James Saulsky.
Photograph courtesy of James Saulsky.

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Arlington National Cemetery. Photograph courtesy of Tyler Hietpas.
Arlington National Cemetery. Photograph courtesy of Tyler Hietpas.
Old Town, Alexandria. Photo courtesy Barbara Nejman.
Old Town, Alexandria. Photo courtesy Barbara Nejman.
18th and M on Friday night. Photograph by Benjamin Freed.
18th St. and Columbia Rd. on Friday night. Photograph by Benjamin Freed.

Saturday, January 23, 2016

Mt. Pleasant. Photograph courtesy Eric Cromer.
Mt. Pleasant. Photograph courtesy Eric Cromer.
The middle of Massachusetts Avenue. Photograph by Cheri Shervin.
The middle of Massachusetts Avenue. Photograph by Cheri Shervin.
A cross country skier at the Iwo Jima memorial. Photograph courtesy of Benjamin Wiles.
A cross country skier at the Iwo Jima memorial. Photograph courtesy of Benjamin Wiles.
McLean Gardens in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Marie-Amelie Lebeau.
McLean Gardens in the snow. Photograph courtesy of Marie-Amelie Lebeau.
Photo courtesy of Eric Hian-Cheong.
Photo courtesy of Eric Hian-Cheong.
Snow pilled up outside of a person's door, visible right after they open it.
This was taken early in the day before things got really bad. Photo courtesy of Swati Bose.
Out in the country in Fairfax Station, Va. Photo courtesy of Brenda Obusek.
Out in the country in Fairfax Station, Va. Photo courtesy of Brenda Obusek.
The USS Barry shot this morning from the Washington Navy Yard. Photo courtesy of Adam Wells.
The USS Barry shot this morning from the Washington Navy Yard. Photo courtesy of Adam Wells.
This morning at Korean War Veterans Memorial. Photo courtesy of Eric Phillips.
This morning at Korean War Veterans Memorial. Photo courtesy of Eric Phillips.
Margot and Alf running through Capitol Hill. Photo courtesy of Sam Taft.
Margot and Alf running through Capitol Hill. Photo courtesy of Sam Taft.
A dog in the snow in Washington, DC.
Photo courtesy of Er Gurari.
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