By Mary Lipsey and Debi DeLoose. In the late 1800’s an iron truss bridge was…
By Janelle Germanos
April 3, 2014
It was only fitting on a snowy Sunday in late March, following a winter filled with snow days, that members of the Burke Historical Society celebrate the beginning of spring by learning about the eventful Knickerbocker Snowstorm of 1922.
Kevin Ambrose, a contributor to the Washington Post’s Capital Weather Gang and author of several books about weather, gave the Burke Historical Society a look back at this snowstorm.
But before his account of this historic event, Ambrose talked about his experience as a writer for the Capital Weather Gang this winter (read more).