Events Too Cold for Winter?

February 17th, 2017 | Posted by US Weather Insurance in Uncategorized

Ever hear these sayings, “It’s too cold to swim,” “It’s too cold to run,” “It’s too cold to even have fun?” Why does most of our lives and day to day activities revolve around whether it does or does not snow, rain, or hit a certain temperature? Is it possible to have fun without the concern of weather conditions?

We at US Weather Insurance, insures your circumstantial events, where weather is the deciding factor for the event taking place or not.

However, across the country people are proving that fun can occur rain or shine. “Temperature friendly” events are taking place that can be held year round.


Did you ever want to go camping but feel like you can’t because it’s the middle of winter? Families are occupying campsites this winter season with RV’s and even tents despite the cold. Camp-goers find that in the summer it can get too hot and in the winter the campgrounds are usually empty. The extra free space is perfect for large families to spend quality time playing recreational sports and activities. See this article for more details:


Biking in the winter is actually praised. It’s encouraged so much that they made it into a holiday. The International Winter Bike to Work Day was held last Friday February 10th. The event aimed at normalizing winter biking. To find out where people participated across the world click here:


Swimming in the winter can seem like the ultimate ice bucket challenge. Just like the ice bucket challenge, there is a benefit to swimming in the winter. The “Penguin Plunge,” an event that has been around for 18 years and is the largest annual fundraiser to benefit Special Olympics.

Your event may not be adaptable to all seasons and temperature, that’s why we are here! We can insure your event from snow, rain, and temperatures that can work against your event. Speak to one of our representatives at 888-882-5440 to get started!


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