Call it a snow sandwich. Nearly two feet of snow fell between Friday night, February 5, and Saturday, February 6. Then a second storm hit mid-day on Tuesday, February 9, and continued throughout the next day. It was the largest storm in Washington, D.C., in 80 years, and caused the most canceled flights in the U.S. since 9/11. The media quickly labeled it “Snowmageddon.”
Gaylord National's "Snowmageddon" Meeting
When a corporate meeting ended up sandwiched in between two of the worst snowstorms to hit Washington, D.C., in 80 years, Gaylord National Resort sprung into action to keep it on track.