We're getting slammed here in the Washington, DC area. There are about 16 inches on the ground already in the Metro area, with predictions in the 20-24" range. Luckily, it's a weekend, with fewer cars on the road, so crews (such as they are) can clear the roads more easily. That is, if it ever stops snowing.
In a town where an inch of snow usually paralyzes the city and challenges the infrastructure, we're hoping for the best. Even the above-ground train stations have been closed, along with the local bus system. It's a mess.