‘Snowmageddon’: The Sequel

Valley Storm Recalls 2010

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Posted: March 7, 2013

Chris Cary, an employee of Shenandoah Valley Regional Airport, pushes snow off the ramp on Wednesday during heavy snowfall at the airport in Augusta County. Some areas of the central Shenandoah Valley received as much as 20 inches of snow from the storm that began Tuesday. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Nick Solanki, owner of Herby’s Food and Deli in Grottoes, cleans snow from an awning Wednesday. (Photo by Michael Reilly / DN-R)
Snow clothes the World War I Memorial’s “Goddess of Liberty” statue on the corner of South Main and South Liberty streets in Harrisonburg. (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Tila Gjeta digs out her driveway in Harrisonburg. (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
James Madison University student Travis Knight, 21, of Fredericksburg catches some air with a snow-built ramp outside the ISAT building on campus Wednesday. Looking on is sophomore Wheeler Dey, 20, of Norfolk. The two are members of the university’s snowboarding sports club, “Borderline.” (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
Dan Martonik of Harrisonburg enjoys a frolic in the snow with his 1-year-old husky/shepherd mix, Stabler, at Purcell Park on Wednesday. It was Stabler’s first experience with snow. (Photo by Nikki Fox / DN-R)
HARRISONBURG — Clocks will spring forward an hour this weekend, but they turned back about three years Wednesday.

Snowfall in much of the central Valley approached 20 inches on Wednesday, by far…

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