- — Capital Weather Gang (@capitalweather)Tue, Mar 05 2013 10:20:31D.C. area forecast: Heavy, wet snow likely tonight into Wednesday, significant accumulations: The Snowquester ... http://bit.ly/100fSRN
- — Todd J. Gillman (@toddgillman)Tue, Mar 05 2013 21:13:57What a lovely afternoon. Balmy 55 degrees in DC. Hard to believe #snowquester is coming but we've stocked up on cocoa.
- — Megan Savage (@MeganHSavage)Tue, Mar 05 2013 14:45:54Inside the beltway people are only rooting for snow so they can feel clever when they tweet #snowquester. That is nerd humor (which I like)
- — Jason Berberich (@berberich)Tue, Mar 05 2013 14:57:04@JeffreyGoldberg Oddly enough, the only people in my timeline using "snowquester" are those telling people to stop saying "snowquester."
'Snowquester' Gets Little Respect
Three years ago, Washington, D.C., had a storm dubbed “snowmageddon.” This week, it’s “snowquester.” But on social media, many did not immediately embrace the name.