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The most significant snowfall in the Washington region since 2010  started overnight and proceeded into the morning with snow, then turning to sleet and rain in many places. The Capital Weather chief Dan Stillman said most areas in and around the District picked up another 1 to 3 inches of snow before the storm moved out of the region late Thursday. 11 inches (28 centimeters) of snow were reported in our area, which is a bit too much for Maryland.

But winter in our quiet neighborhood is actually  not so bad if one stays home. I went outside on Thursday night and took some pictures.

Japanese Marple

I loved how the Japanese Maple looked adorned with tiny icy droplets.

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This Japanese Marple got more show, it was on the windy side of the street

NightTree4

Our neighborhood covered with heavy snow. We should reschedule Christmas

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It looks like a small town in Germany