One day ago, Arlington was a frigid winter wonderland, with several inches of snow on the ground. There were dogs playing and kids sledding during the day, and a dangerous glaze of ice courtesy of freezing rain at night.
Today, as of Tuesday afternoon, the temperature was in the mid-40s, most of the snow and ice is gone or turned to slush, and some blue sky can even be seen outside.
In memory of the short-lived Presidents Day winter blast, here are some photos from our Flickr pool contributors, and some tweets from our Twitter followers.
— Russell Imrie (@tweedyBard) February 15, 2016
— Sarah Schoenfelder (@sarah_sojo) February 15, 2016
— Katie (@KatieKkb) February 16, 2016
— Andrea Wilkinson (@adubyailkinson) February 16, 2016
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