I figured out that universitys down south have snow nights too.
I wondered how that worked since they do not get snow.
A snow day in the north is just a chilly day. Not even a really chilly day either. The temperatures in the south never get that cold. When it hits around 40 degrees, most people freaks out. The day universitys were closed I was outside doing yard work. I can’t think how weak southerners are with the cold. When I went to university in the north, a snow day was a extreme thing. It usually meant no heating at the university. The snow, wind and chilly occasionally knocks out the power. If the university can’t provide heating then there is no university. If the windchill outside is too chilly for the kids who walk, there is no university. I have to say that anytime I had no university, I had no heating at the house. My electric regularly was off. My family never bothered with a generator unless it went over a day. All of us had a whole day with no plumbing, electric or heating. No lights, flushing a toilet, taking a shower and being chilly cold. That is a official snow day in the north. Those southern kids don’t think how lucky they have it. I bet those kids went to the motion pictures or just sat by the heating system at home. A snow day should also make the kids suffer as well. That is what the university wants right? Honestly, the kids could genuinely play outside comfortably in the south on their snow day. There is just something sort of wrong about that.