It is unusual for us to experience abnormal weather and operational conditions and when they occur we will alert you on the site prior to placing your order, as soon as we become aware of such conditions. Normal weather refers to typical weather conditions expected for that time of the year. Unusual weather conditions that could cause delivery delays can include: Inability for trucks to enter driveways or parking lots, typically due to snow and ice. Poor road conditions caused by rain, snow, wind, ice, sleet, etc. Weather conditions that slow deliveries such as snow, ice, wind, and temperatures. Below average winter temperatures over several days which may occasionally cause an unusual increase in demand in a short period of time. Normal operational conditions refer to the typical availability of supplies and equipment required to respond to a normal number of deliveries. Unusual operations conditions that could cause a delivery delays can include: Limited availability of fuel, or other supplies, that could be caused by circumstances such as terminal closures or restricted access, unavailability of fuel at terminals, other situations that cause delays in securing fuel or other supplies. Mechanical breakdowns or malfunctions that limit the ability for a company to perform their normal functions. Labor actions, such as work stoppages, work slowdowns or strikes, that negatively impact the ability for a company to conduct their normal business activity.