This week's 'Around The Grounds' includes several tweets about the shocking weather that hit the UK, net sessions that did go ahead as well as club events taking place.
Heavy rain, hail storms, thunder and lightning all conspired to bring sporting fixtures to a standstill - even those that are supposedly 'winter' sports.
Some clubs bravely held outdoor sessions despite the chaos but others weren't so lucky.
Those clubs that suffered storm damage or found their grounds underwater, we wish you all the best in getting things back to normal ahead of the new season.
Elsewhere, winter nets are generally held indoors and safe from the rain (aside from perhaps the odd power cut?) plenty of clubs and players are getting themselves back into the routine.
And it looks as if turnout is good. Keep it up!
There were also awards being handed out, cups being won and upcoming fixtures being discussed as well.
On Twitter, come rain, rain, or more rain, club cricket never sleeps.
Grim weather out there today - but on the bright side, only 69 days until the first fixture of the season!— Plumtree CC (@PlumtreeCC) January 26, 2014
Thanks to those that braved the some what atrocious weather to help out today— Thornham CC (@thornhamcc) January 26, 2014
Many thanks to those that turned up this morning to help make temporary repairs pic.twitter.com/2VAOEkJ8fH— Offham Cricket Club (@offhamcc) January 26, 2014