Nightlife News: 4th Of July, Kentucky Derby, Bay To Breakers & Indy 500 Infield Soaked
Rain at the Kentucky Derby.
Rain at Bay to Breakers.
Thunderstorms that delayed the 50th anniversary of Jazzfest in New Orleans.
Rain all week leading into the Indy 500.
Rain all weekend during Memorial Day Weekend and the 4th of July weekend all over the country.
Nearly all the top party events in the USA this year have had – or likely will have – rain. It’s as if someone it telling us to either get wet and will or stay home and stay dry.
Could this be an affect of global warming that nobody else is talking about, one that is critical to the fun of the American people, let alone big business for events and festivals?
Something is most definitely off weather-wise in California. Heading into Memorial Day Weekend, it’s snowing in the Southern California mountains. In San Francisco, May is one of the most gorgeous months of the year, yet it poured for a week and doused the big-time party that is the Bay to Breakers walk/run moving block party through the streets.
On Memorial Day Weekend – the unofficial beginning of summertime in the USA – severe weather will affect nearly every part of the country, with thunderstorms throughout the Midwest and lightening storms elsewhere. The South will be boiling, with temperatures to reach 100 degrees in many areas.
On the West Coast, just the opposite will be the case: it will be as cool with snow in many mountain areas.
This will ruin many an outdoor BBQs and house parties, as well as affect several festivals around the country, which typically take place this three-day weekend.
And if this gets washed out, what about future big-party days in the USA? The Fourth of July is just around the corner and the summer music festival season will be here soon, as well.
Is global warming to blame for rain at the USA’s big party events? And will this wet weather continue at the country’s biggest party events?
If so, then both politicians and party animals may be on the same page for a change.