Speaker Paul Ryan would like you to watch a livestream of snow falling on his office balcony

For those located in the northeastern part of the United States, you’ll well know about the impending winter storm about to hit us this weekend. If you’re located outside of that perimeter, well, Speaker of the House Paul Ryan would like to let you in on the misery by watching snow fall from his office’s vantage point.

“Give your Netflix a break and check out the snowfall for a few minutes. Or a few hours,” Ryan’s speaker blog writes.

Watch the excitement as D.C. gets hit with one of the biggest snowfalls it’s had in years alongside snazzy, hypnotizing tunes.

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Hey, is that a security guard looking super cold and bored?

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Riveting stuff. Is this coming out of our tax dollars?

Anyway, the stream will be live all weekend, assuming you still have power by tomorrow morning. If you’re not in the northeast and still crave some of that blizzard action, may I recommend The Dairy Queen?

➀ Watch Live: Snowfall from the Speaker’s Balcony

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