The weekend is nearly upon us, and so too perhaps is our first big snow storm of the winter.
Forecasters are currently projecting that the storm will hit D.C. in earnest around 4 p.m. tomorrow (Saturday), with at least a few inches of snow expected.
But you should be able to squeeze in a trip to the county’s latest town hall on Amazon, or perhaps even some other happenings on our event calendar before the storm hits. If you do try venturing out, remember to avoid a few stations on the Blue and Yellow lines in South Arlington.
And you can always stay bundled up and read our most popular stories of the past week by the fire:
- Man Struck By Car on Route 50
- Out-of-Control Driver Strikes Signs, Light Pole in Clarendon
- Arlington Man Scores $1 Million Lottery Prize
- Harry’s Smokehouse in Pentagon City Mall Shuts Down
- Newly Renovated Wendy’s Now Open on Columbia Pike, With Plans for Big Giveaway
Head on down to the comments to discuss these stories, your plans for getting snowed in or anything else local. Have a great weekend!
Flickr photo via wolfkann
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