The blizzard of 2016 began during the early afternoon Friday in Falls Church and not long after, City residents took to the outdoors to enjoy the falling snow. The News-Press will be posting photos all weekend long of the snowy scene in The Little City so keep checking back here for new snapshots from “Snowzilla.”
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Stay warm and safe out there, Falls Church!
Evelyn Hill with shaved-ice and Kool Aid. (Photo: Yuki Kim Hill) Three-year-old Bridget Edwards gets pulled in her sled by her dad, Isaac, in Winter Hill Friday. (Photo: Kelli Edwards) “Golden Retriever Kastner & his little brother, Smith, (a Canine Companions for Independence assistance dog in training) say, ‘More snow, please!'” (Photo: Erin Galvin Scranton) (Photo: Sarah Swinton Nussbaum) The West Street 7-11 Friday. (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) The road to Mount Daniel Elementary School. (Photo: Kristin Sherard) A Mount Daniel student enjoying her first time playing in the snow. (Photo: Jaclyn Robertson) Forest Drive in the blizzard. (Photo: Linda Becker) A full moon at dawn, the day after the blizzard in Falls Church. (Photo: Raphael Perrino) City crews plowing during the storm Saturday. (Photo: Phil Duncan) Some residents of Lee Square apartments decided to build an igloo. Putting an address of 106 on the side, they even called to have Thai food delivered. (Photo: Diann Bullock) (Photo: Kelli Edwards) Sledders trudging through the snow on Forest Drive. (Photo: Linda Becker) Olaf makes an appearance after the storm. (Photo: John Sterner) Trash cans and a BBQ grill wearing their winter hats. (Photo: Linda Neighborgall) 900 Block of West Broad Street Friday night. Cardinals don’t mind the blizzard on Ridge Place is Falls Church! (Photo: Sarah Swinton Nussbaum) Effie Newman making a snow angel. (Photo: Nicole Newman) Snow swimming! (Photo: Erin Meek Gill) (Photo: Sarah Decuyke) Spencer and Effie Neaman enjoying the snow. (Photo: Nicole Newman) Nicole and 14-month-old Effie Newman eating snowflakes. (Photo: Nicole Newman) Richard Schuck and his dog Tori finishing up Round two of snow removal. (Photo: The Schucks) Lifelong City of Falls Church resident John Maier tends to his bar in his backyard during the snowstorm Friday. (Photo: Manuela Costescu) The lit-up greenhouse in the back yard of City residents John Maier and Manuela Costescu-Maier (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) 900 Block of West Broad Street Friday night. (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) Mad Fox covered with snow. (Photo: Cindy Gilmer) Snowzilla on S Washington. (Photo: Debbie Diaz) Falls Church’s Reid and Cora getting an early start in the snow on Friday. (Photo: Tracy Turner) “At 9 a.m. on Spring St – snowfall measures about one Jack Hardi tall, or 16″ ,” say the Hardis. (Photo: Letty Hardi) A snowy night in Falls Church. (Photo: Jorge Blanco) Pongo enjoying the snow. (Photo: Bill Madden) Snowzilla: 10 a.m. vs 4:30 p.m. (Photo: Debbie Diaz) Mount Daniel Drive. (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) Evan and David Lankford on E. Columbia after sledding. (Photo: Linda Becker) Tired after a sled ride around Cavalier Trail Park and mama is tired from dressing three kids under four in snow gear. (Photo: Lauren Marley) A curious cat on Lincoln Avenue. (Photo: Lauren L.) Riley, the toy Australian shepherd, out in the snow. (Photo: Kelli Edwards) Falls Church Blizzard 1 – Toyota Prius 0. (Photo: Charles M. Hansen, III) 900 Block of West Broad Street Friday night. (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) Alaskan native Isaac Edwards shoveling snow in flip flops. “This snow isn’t much compared to Alaska.” (Photo: Kelli Edwards) James Thurber Court residents with a direct path to the neighbor’s house so that the children don’t have to trek through the snow back and forth. (Photo: Yuki Kim Hill) (Photo: Sarah Swinton Nussbaum) On Westmoreland Road in Falls Church. (Photo: Maude) James Thurber Court residents unite to dig out. (Photo: Yuki Kim Hill) Some residents of Lee Square apartments decided to build an igloo. Putting an address of 106 on the side, they even called to have Thai food delivered. (Photo: Diann Bullock) Bosley enjoying the snow. There’s 18 inches at Kalmia Lee Court near Lee Hwy. (Photo: Gina Ysunza) The Edwards’ Coton de Tulear, Madison, enjoys the snow. (Photo: Kelli Edwards) Mount Daniel. (Photo: Manuela Costescu-Maier) “You want me to poop in this? Nope. ” Clifford and Rockford at Whittier Park. (Photo: Shaun Dakin) Bridget Edwards enjoying the snow in Winter Hill Friday. (Photo: Kelli Edwards) Snow-filled parking lot. (Photo: Rajam K.) Oliver Hill and Samuel Salin having a snowball fight in the street. (Photo: Yuki Kim Hill) Laura Drive and Timer Lane, totally untouched by plows Sunday. (Photo: Tara H.) Atticus outside of Northgate. (Photo: Jina Song Freiberg) Reid makes a snow cave Saturday. (Photo: Tracy Turner) Oliver and Evelyn Hill with their “buried snowman.” (Photo: Yuki Kim Hill)