“Red, white, and beautiful,” wrote Kathy on Flickr. We agree! (Kathy Swendiman via Flickr )

Wednesday’s snow turned Washington, D.C., into a winter wonderland. The snow was wet and heavy and fell in big, clumpy flakes which easily adhered to trees and surfaces.

Thanks to everyone who shared photos with us on Flickr, Facebook, and Twitter!


On East-West Highway. (Joe Flood via Flickr )

Snow at the NOAA building. (Joe Flood via Flickr )

Snowy Bikeshare! (Joe Flood via Flickr )

Window washers in the snow. Can you see them? (Clif Burns via Flickr )

In Arlington, Va. (Jenn Vogel via Flickr )

Leesburg was a winter wonderland on Wednesday afternoon. (Carrie Albers via Twitter )

Out on the Washington & Old Dominion trail. (Kit Case via Flickr )

The Bethesda Trolley Trail. (Kathy Swendiman via Flickr )

The Washington Monument peeks through the snowflakes on Wednesday. (Jim Havard via Flickr )

The Grant Memorial. (Brian Allen via Flickr)

The National Cathedral. (Laura Deal via Twitter )

Rock Springs Park. (Jenn Vogel via Flickr )

Penderbrook Golf Course. (Kevin Ambrose)

In Arlington, Va. (Jenn Vogel via Flickr )

On the NIH campus in Bethesda, Md. (Jeremy Withnell via Facebook )

A timelapse of the snow accumulating in Silver Spring from 11:30 a.m. to 2:30 p.m.:


Flakes in Germantown, Md. (Joe Seamone via Facebook )

In Pasadena, Md. (Ryan Green via Facebook )