Really what makes you think that. Perhaps for the northeast and great lakes, but the south up to ohio valley is running about normal.I haven't heard of any delays yet, but I think there will be..
What the weather is doing in our area doesn't matter, what does matter is what the weather is doing where the packages are produced. Once date changes start it is a domino effect on everybody down the list. If a supplier pushes back delivery by two weeks in March it is unlikely that the will be caught back up in April or May.Really what makes you think that. Perhaps for the northeast and great lakes, but the south up to ohio valley is running about normal.
We're still ontime for April 6th. For you northern folks it will be a question of if you want them when its still cold.
I can't say for the rest of the country, but there is no bubble in the Rocky Mountain west. Suppliers in Colorado and surrounding states have sold out the last few years with buyers being turned away.I don't believe there is a shortage... We have a bubble for sure.