Accumulations of snow vary widely throughout the nation’s capital, reportedly ranging from 15 to 30 inches.
Amazingly, the normally next-to-useless District of Columbia government is actually making an effort to provide services during the Great Snowpocalypse of 2010.
Just past midnight, I captured on video a DC fire department truck’s valiant struggle to climb a grade in Northwest.
View the video at YouTube.
Note that the crackling, popping noise you hear on the audio portion is the sound of snow falling on the camera.
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