The mid-Atlantic region experienced a winter unlike any in recent history. While many parts of the country are used to significant snowfall over a winter, the huge amount of snow from three separate incidents is not something the greater
Washington, DC area regularly experiences.

While the massive snowfall forced many in the mid-Atlantic region to adjust their daily lives, it also provided us a glimpse of what mail delivery might be if it's less than six days a week. (The massive snowfall forced the Postal Service to cancel mail delivery on the days of the blizzards.)

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