Today will be warmer, at least, and the chance of rain or snow is very low. So we might be getting some high, dangerous and expensive work done today.
It depends on a couple of factors: wind and temperature. Surface winds aren't a trustworthy guide to conditions aloft. Windswept steel warms slowly, and until temperatures break freezing and stay there, whatever ice has formed remains. Worse, gloves thin enough for the kind of work we need to have done do not provide much insulation.
So it's still undecided. I'll hear from the crew's supervisor in about a half hour. If he thinks the weather's good enough to send a crew up to check conditions, we'll proceed from there.
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