This winter in Arlington has been an anomaly.
It’s the only winter since 1932 in which the temperature has failed to drop below 22 degrees. And it’s generally been cloudy, rainy and — well — pretty gloomy.
Snow has been (and, at least for the next week or two, will remain) hard to come by, and students have yet to have a full snow day. That’s bad for snow lovers, though parents and road crews no doubt appreciate the relief.
Places with more snow than DC this winter:
— Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather) February 12, 2020
Meanwhile, the rain will return tonight, ahead of some cold, dry, snowless weather.
How would you rate the weather so far this winter?
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