As of right now the Texas Dance Hall Ride is still on for this Saturday. But, we are watching the weather very closely. And will make a final call tomorrow, 3/09/2012 by 11am. Please watch for an e-mail tomorrow around that time. We have spoken with the city of Schulenburg, and regardless of the weather conditions, they plan on having their event. So if you plan on attending the Texas music and wine festival, have fun and you will see me there.
The ride will take place even if there is rain, but if the elements become severe or dangerous for the riders, it will be call off. A parcel refund will take place in the event the ride is canceled. The remainder is to cover the service charges and the proceeds going to the Historic Texas Dance Hall Preservation. We are hopping for the best and will keep you posted.
Kyle Davenport, Sugar Cycles, Inc.
Issued from Harris County Emergency Management
“Severe weather will be entering the region today causing rain and possible hail. The rain will continue throughout the weekend and into the beginning of next week.
Temperatures will fall into the 50’s behind the cold front on Friday with NE winds between 10-15 mph. Thunderstorms and hail are possible.
The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management will be monitoring this weather system, but no additional action is required at this time.
A new incident has been created in WebEOC for local offices of emergency management. Incident name: 03/08/12-03/10/12 Regionwide Severe Weather.
Visit the Harris County Regional Joint Information Center for the latest news, forecast and traffic conditions.
The Harris County Office of Homeland Security & Emergency Management remains at Level 4 (Normal Readiness). Normal readiness means that no significant threats exist and the normal capabilities of the Emergency Operations Center do not require the support of other agencies.”
Please contact Sugar Cycles with any questions.