Email received this afternoon from "Evil Bill", Match Director at the planned USPSA match 2/26/2011 at Dundee:
As of this afternoon there was snow cover in all the bays at Dundee. Saturday morning's low temperature is forecast at 15 degrees, with a wind chill of near zero. Slick bays, slick roads, bitter cold, and no placeat Dundee to get out of the cold---I'm going to cancel the match for reasons of safety.
Through the years I've proudly announced to people who ask "do you shoot in the rain?" that in all my years of competition, I've only seen ONE match canceled because of the weather; that was when the road was icy and the Stats Mistress at TCGC couldn't get up the hill to the range because it was too slippery".
Actually, Mike McCarter 'called' a match a couple of years ago at ARPC, because of the danger of ice on the freeway. That makes two.
This year we have had two cancellations due to unsafe road conditions.
Hmmm ... that "Global Warming" thingie isn't working too good for us.
I've got it! We'll call it "Climate Change!" That way, no matter what happens, we're covered.