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January 22-24, 2016 Blizzard
Midlothian, Virginia

Snowfall amounts included:

Connecticut: Ashford: 6.5”; Bridgeport: 12.0”; Darien: 16.0”; East Farmington Heights: 5.5”; Greenwich: 15.0”; Haddam: 15.5”; Hartford: 1.5”; Manchester: 5.0”; North Haven: 14.4”; Norwalk: 16.0”; Somers: 3.5”; Southington: 6.1”; Stafford Springs: 2.7”; Tolland: 4.4”; Woodstock: 4.0”

Delaware: Dover: 14.2”; Greenville: 12.2”; Lewes: 2.6”; New Castle: 13.1”; Wilmington: 16.1”; and, Woodside: 17.2”

District of Columbia: Adams Morgan: 21.0” and National Zoo: 22.4”

Georgia: Augusta: 0.5"

Massachusetts: Attleboro: 6.5”; Auburn: 3.8”; Boston: 6.1”; Brewster: 12.3”; Dennisport: 14.0”; East Falmouth: 15.3”; Foxboro: 6.5”; Hyannis: 14.0”; Kingston: 6.8”; Mansfield: 5.5”; Mashpee: 12.0”; Middleton: 3.2”; Milford: 3.8”; North Reading: 2.0”; Pocasset: 2.5”; Randolph: 2.6”; Rehoboth: 5.8”; Rockland: 6.5”; Sandwich: 5.0”; South Dennis: 9.0”; Swansea: 1.5”; Taunton: 6.3”; West Harwich: 14.5”; West Yarmouth: 12.5”; and, Yarmouth: 12.0”

Maryland: Abell: 13.5”; Ballenger Creek: 31.0”; Baltimore: 29.2”; Belcamp: 24.0”; Betterton: 15.5”; Cascade: 37.5”; Centreville: 16.0”; Elkridge: 22.1”; Frostburg: 25.0”; Gaithersburg: 27.0”; Hamilton: 24.5”; Hanover: 21.0”; Highland: 24.0”; Jacksonville: 27.5”; Linthicum Heights: 23.0”; New Market: 35.0”; North Beach: 14.0”; North Potomac: 38.5"; Oakland: 36.0"; Pimlico: 27.0”; Redhouse: 38.0"; Reisterstown: 26.0”; Ridge: 10.7”; Salisbury: 6.0”; Victoria: 7.0”; and, Westbury Acres: 4.8”

New Jersey: Atlantic City: 13.4”; Bloomingdale: 22.6”; Brick Township: 20.0”; Bridgewater Township: 24.5”; East Brunswick: 24.0”; Ewing: 18.5”; Flemington: 28.3”; Florence: 22.5”; Gloucester City: 20.0”; Harrison: 25.0”; Hoboken: 26.0”; Hopewell: 23.0”; Hopewell Township: 26.5”; Kearny: 26.5”; Lyndhurst: 22.0”; Metuchen: 27.7”; Morris Plains: 33.0”; Mount Holly: 20.5”; Newport: 13.5”; North Bergen: 26.3”; North Caldwell: 17.0”; Perth Amboy: 23.0”; Princeton: 22.0”; Ridgewood: 18.0”; Ringwood: 21.7”; Roselle: 28.3”; Roselle Park: 28.2”; Toms River: 17.0”; Trenton: 22.0”; Vernon: 14.0”; Vineland: 13.0”; and, West Orange: 24.0”; Westfield: 24.0”; and, Whitehouse: 29.6”

New York: Baldwin: 28.0”; Bay Shore: 26.0”; Bellmore: 16.0”; Coram: 22.5”; Dongan Hills: 19.8”; East Meadow: 16.8”; Farmingville: 22.0”; Glen Cove: 18.0”; Grant City: 26.0”; Hastings-on-Hudson: 15.0”; Hicksville: 29.6”; Holbrook: 22.0”; Island Park: 24.0”; Islip: 23.4”; Lake Carmel: 12.0”; Larchmont: 24.0”; Mattituck: 15.5”; Merrick: 23.4”; North Merrick: 25.8”; New York City (Central Park): 27.5” (including a daily record 26.6" on January 23); New York City (JFK Airport): 30.5”; New York City (LaGuardia Airport): 27.9”; Patchogue: 24.0”; Plainview: 20.4”; Port Chester: 24.5”; Port Jefferson: 31.3”; Port Richmond (Staten Island, New York City): 31.3”; Putnam Valley: 11.0”; Sayville: 20.5”; Seaford: 19.5”; Smithtown: 23.0”; Upton: 18.2”; Wantagh: 25.1”; Westtown: 6.8”; and, Yonkers: 20.5”

North Carolina: Asheville: 13.5”; Charlotte: 3.3”; Kitty Hawk: 0.1"; Raleigh: 1.2”; and, South Mills: 2.0”

Pennsylvania: Abbottstown: 24.5”; Allentown: 31.9”; Everett: 16.0”; Furlong: 23.0”; Gettysburg: 27.3”; Greencastle: 38.3"; Harrisburg: 30.2”; Hellertown: 27.0”; Hershey: 29.0”; Hidden Valley: 18.3”; Jonestown: 28.5”; King of Prussia: 26.1”; Lebanon: 31.0”; Lemoyne: 30.0”; Lewistown: 16.5”; Liverpool: 25.0”; Mercersburg: 29.0”; Mechanicsburg: 36.9"; Meyersdale: 27.5”; Mifflinburg: 6.5”; Millersville: 26.8”; Mont Alto: 33.3”; Montgomeryville: 25.5”; Philadelphia: 22.4”; Port Carbon: 27.0”; Rothsville: 21.0”; Scranton: 1.7”; Selinsgrove: 12.5”; Skyline View: 26.5”; Salisbury Township: 27.4”; Somerset: 35.8”; Spring Gove: 25.8”; State College: 7.5”; Sunbury: 13.0”; Upper Strasburg: 33.0”; Warwick: 24.4”; Waynesboro: 26.0”; Windber: 35.0”; Wolfsburg: 20.0”; and, York Springs: 34.0”

Rhode Island: Providence: 5.3”

South Carolina: Charleston: Trace and Greer: 2.2"

Virginia: Blacksburg: 13.0”; Bluefield: 14.0”; Bluemont: 36.0”; Bon Air: 12.0”; Boyce: 28.5”; Burgess: 8.0”; Carrollton: 4.0”; Centreville: 30.8”; Charles City: 7.5”; Charlottesville: 15.5"; Coles Point: 10.5”; Courtland: 4.0”; Crewe: 6.0”; Cumberland: 11.0”; Danville: 7.8”; Dinwiddie: 7.0”; Farmville: 10.0”; Fishersville: 18.3”; Franklin: 0.1”; Glen Allen: 17.5”; Goochland: 10.0”; Hague: 10.5”; Hampton: 1.5”; Harrisonburg: 25.0”; Lawrenceville: 8.0”; Louisa: 18.0”; Lunenburg: 8.0”; Luray: 27.0”; Lynchburg: 10.1”; Manassas: 29.5”; Middleburg: 34.0”; New Kent: 3.5”; Norfolk: 1.9”; Palmyra: 17.5”; Powhatan: 10.0”; Purdy: 5.5”; Ravensworth: 21.0”; Richmond: 11.4”; Roanoke: 13.0”; Rose Hill: 24.5”; Smithfield: 4.0”; South Hill: 8.0”; South Hill: 8.0”; Springfield: 23.5”; Sterling: 29.3”; Strasburg: 22.8”; Sudley: 25.5”; Sutherland: 10.5”; Tuckahoe: 16.7”; and, Wallops Island: 5.2”

West Virginia: Beckley: 14.8”; Charleston: 18.6”; Charlestown: 32.5”; Elkins: 17.8”; Glengary: 42.0"; Harman: 36.0"; Shenandoah Junction: 35.5”; and, Shepherdstown (1 NW): 40.5”


News Account:

The storm — blustery in some places, blinding in others — was a swirling, sprawling mass with a reach of nearly 1,000 miles from the Gulf Coast to New England. It flooded low-lying beaches and brought down trees and power lines, leaving thousands without electricity. The storm also glazed roads and varnished trees as it pummeled the Mid-Atlantic region with destructive force.

Source: Ashley Southall and Sarah Maslin Nir, "Hit by Blizzard, East Coast Cities Start to Scrape Their Way Out," The New York Times, January 24, 2016.
Midlothian, Virginia

A special thanks to Jake Brady for the above seven photos
Georgetown (Washington, DC)

A special thanks to Chris Jensen for the above three photos
Georgetown (Washington, DC)
Georgetown (Washington, DC)
Washington, DC

Source: U.S. Senate Webcam

Aldie, Virginia

A special thanks to Mark from Aldie, VA for the above photo
Midlothian, Virginia
Midlothian, Virginia
Midlothian, Virginia
Midlothian, Virginia
Midlothian, Virginia
Winchester, Virginia
Winchester, Virginia

A special thanks to Chris Lewis for the above two photos
Henrico, Virginia
Henrico, Virginia
Henrico, Virginia
Henrico, Virginia

A special thanks to Kevin Druff for the above four photos
Washington, DC
Washington, DC

A special thanks to James for the above two photos
Stephens City, Virginia
Stephens City, Virginia

A special thanks to Rob Olinger for the above two photos