Winter can be the best time of the year for Astronomy if you do not mind bundling up. The air is at its driest and clearest of the year and the stars just seem brighter.
Or it can snow a lot, be overcast and totally shut the hobby down. That was our club experience in February with most of our events, including the indoor meeting, lost to bad weather.
But you can never keep a good man down. The RAC snowman was able to work in some daytime lunar observing amid all the snow.
Hopefully, March is kinder to the club so we can get our telescopes out to enjoy the night sky once again.