Apparently, the moniker for last night’s snow fall in the south is either Snowmageddon or Snowpocalypse. (If you’ve heard of another, I’d love to hear it).
Either one sounds pretty ominous. Either one is probably descriptive overkill for the 6 – 8″ of snow we received overnight. But regardless, as pretty as it is, it will soon be gone. By all accounts, things will probably be back to normal by Saturday morning around here, with warmer temperatures moving in rapidly. Actually, as I write this, it is already well above freezing, the snow is already quickly melting, and I’m seeing more and more vehicles braving the slushy streets. By Saturday, the temps will be well into the 40’s, with 60’s by Tuesday.
So… why am I playing “armchair weatherman” today?
We’ve already had several calls regarding how the weather will affect Fresh Oil New Wine 2015.
The truth is… it won’t. Fresh Oil New Wine will proceed as planned, and as I said, by all reports, the roads will be clear well before the Sunday morning kickoff.
Don’t let fear of the weather keep you from the incredible things God is going to do at Fresh Oil New Wine this year!