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Snowpocalypse = Fun in Washington’s Meridian Hill Park

The major snow storm that hit Washington, D.C. this weekend may have shut everything down, but festive residents in the Columbia Heights neighborhood flocked to Meridian Hill Park to enjoy the deluge of white stuff. There seemed to be almost more people in the park than normally found on a Sunday in June.

People could be found building snowmen, sledding the snow-laden stairs, building forts, having fun with their dogs, playing football, walking around, snowball throwing and just watching all of this take place. Some pictures:

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  1. Dupont Circle had a massive snowball fight the day before. A video from The Washington Post:

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