Sunday, December 20, 2009

Baltimore Blizzard Update

Here are some photos I took while walking around downtown late this afternoon during the Blizzard. It was really quiet out on the streets other than the occasional car or snow plow passing by. Almost every store and restaurant was closed, even the 24-Hour Subway on Calvert, with a few exceptions. The Nest on Pratt was still open, so was the Cheesecake Factory at the Inner Harbor. I guess they figured they would get 100% of the hungry tourists.

The Light Rail was still running during the peak of the storm, and there were some brave folks huddling at the Convention Center stop waiting for a northbound train. They told me they had been waiting for a little while, as no northbound trains had come. They were on their way back to Mount Washington, and eventually one came.

There were a decent amount of people taking in the winter wonders. It isn’t frequent that you can be downtown on a Saturday and have the sidewalk to yourself, or even walk down the middle of the street!

The snow plows are out now, and the snow is tapering off. I can expect things to be pretty much back to normal tomorrow. Hope everyone enjoyed the pre-Christmas snowy weather. This apparently is the most snow Baltimore has seen in December in a long, long time.

1 comment:

  1. Also share my photos taken in Bolton Hill and MICA.