For the second week in a row, the weather forecast played havoc with car shows scheduled for the weekend.
After two consecutive months of record-breaking attendance, The Creative Towing/Advanced Auto Parts show on Friday evening in Marysville, Ohio got hit by area rain showers. Only nine cars managed to dodge the rains drops and make it to this month's show.
A line of storms north of Marion, Ohio on Saturday morning put a damper on the two shows scheduled in Bucyrus, Ohio.
Sunday wasn't any better. The On the Rocks show in Dublin, Ohio and the Whitehall VFW Post 8794 show were postponed and cancelled because of the threat of storms in the afternoon. (As I write this at 2:14 pm on Sunday not a single rain drop has fallen).
It's just a fact of life that outdoor events scheduled during the spring months in Central Ohio run the risk of bad weather spoiling the fun.
INSIDE I-270 ON SATURDAY SAVES THE WEEKEND
Fortunately, the weekend wasn't a total bust. Two shows held at locations inside the I-270 outer belt around Columbus, Ohio were able to avoid any bad weather.