Snowstorm Cripples Washington; Another Storm Approaches East Coast

Two days after a "historic" storm swept across the mid-Atlantic, dumping up to three feet of snow in some areas, the nation's capital remains paralyzed today -- bracing for another storm expected to hit tomorrow. More than 32 inches of snow fell over two days at Washington Dulles International Airport, setting a new all-time record and beating the total from the locally-famed Blizzard of 1996 by nine inches. At Reagan National Airport, just across the Potomac from the National Mall, 18...Full Story
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