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#WhiteHouse Cancels Press Briefing Due to First #Snowfal in US Capital : video and pics

#WhiteHouse Cancels Press Briefing Monday Due to First #Snowfall in US Capital in 2022

Earlier on Mon, the Office of Public Management (#OPM) said that all federal offices in #WashingtonDC will be closed, but the so-called emergency & telework employees will continue to work

“Due to the federal office closure, there will be no press briefing,” the #WhiteHouse said

Kristen Kennedy

DeFuniak Springs had a possible tornado yesterday and snowfall this morning! What a turnaround in the weather Face screaming in fear
Thanks to News 13 Viewer Tiffany Crile for sharing her Ring doorbell camera footage with us!

Josh Nichols

All of us shiver tomorrow in the Boston area, and some of us will be contending with some snow, primarily over the Cape and Islands. Ocean effect snow off Mass. Bay will also greet you on the South Shore on NE winds. Tight snowfall gradient over the Cape. #ma #wx

Logan Westrope

A storm system is impacting the Mid-Atlantic with accumulating snowfall, but conditions will be quiet here in northeastern and central PA. There may be a storm potential for us Thursday night-Friday. Stay tuned!

Peter Schweighofer

First snowfall of the season for us in central piedmont VA. Supposed to be first day back to school after holiday break…instead it’s a snow day. About an inch or two now, expecting 5-8, maybe more.

Dr. Stephen Bieda III

9:05 AM EST: 4 inches of #snow, with 2 in/hour #snowfall rate southwest of MD-197/US-301 in Bowie\

Heavy snowfall hits US state devastated by wildfires

Three people were reported missing as snowfall put out the catastrophic Colorado blaze

Nearly 1,000 homes were lost during the most destructive wildfire in Colorado’s history, a county sheriff has said. Authorities are looking for three people feared dead.

Heavy snow that began on Friday finally extinguished the blaze, Boulder County officials said.

“The structures, where these folks would be, are completely destroyed and covered with about eight inches of snow right now,” Boulder County Sheriff Joe Pelle told reporters on Saturday, adding that authorities were planning to use cadaver dogs to search for those missing.\\

Pelle said at least 991 homes were destroyed, including 553 in Louisville and 332 in Superior. An additional 127 homes were damaged.

More than 30,000 people were evacuated as the wildfire, described by local media as the most destructive in the state’s history, raged between Denver and Boulder. The affected parts of Colorado were then hit by the biggest snowfall of the season, according to CBS Denver.

Pelle said investigators received a tip about a possible cause of the fire and have served a search warrant on a local property. “If it turns out to be arson or reckless behavior, we’ll take appropriate action,” the sheriff said.

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