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Read this: Washington couple's snowy wedding, the ethics of sidewalk shoveling


Just-married bride Barb McCuen and groom Dave Jones exit All Souls Church on Saturday. (Megan Rossman/The Washington Post)

Good afternoon, everyone. We've got snow, snow and more snow on the way -- and piles of snow coverage to match. Metro is offering limited service today while rushing to dig out half-buried trains and buses. It's unclear how fruitful (or fruitless?) these efforts will be once snow starts falling again later today.

In other snow news:

  • Hey! A blizzard wedding!

  • Why are Washington's snow total measurements taken at Reagan National Airport -- which isn't even within the bounds of the District? The answer is slightly more sophisticated than "just because." Weather geekery is involved. You've been warned.

  • Snow's great ethical quandary: Why don't people just shovel the sidewalks, already?

  • So far, 76 percent of you think that it's absolutely fair for people to claim parking spaces they dig out from snow.

  • For goodness's sake, don't shovel snow off your icy roof.

  • Jackie Trescott rounds up local museum and theater closings.

    Tips? Sightings? E-mail us: reliablesource@washpost.com. And follow us on Twitter: @ReliableSource. Stay safe out there.

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