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A powerful storm is expected to rival some of the biggest snowstorms ever recorded in Washington, D.C., possibly topping the record 28-inch snowstorm from 1922. The storm is forecast to dump on portions of the eastern U.S. today and tomorrow, dumping more than 2 feet of snow in some locations. Flights are already canceled, long lines and empty shelves fill grocery stores and shovels are hard to find. Air and road travel is expected to grind to a halt throughout much of the weekend as forecasters predict no way out of a monster storm that could hit 75 million people.
If you think your phone’s battery is running low even faster than it usually does, the recent cold snap may be to blame. Smartphones drain power faster in icy weather, according to experts. Most smartphones are powered by lithium ion batteries which increase their internal electrical resistance as the temperature drops. This reduces their capacity and makes them less efficient. Positive Prep
Police say the man who shot and critically wounded a woman inside a movie theater in Renton Thursday night is in custody. The incident happened shortly after 8 p.m. at the Regal Cinemas at The Landing.