Norwich's FA Cup third round clash with Brighton was postponed - but it had nothing to do with the weather.
The tie was called off 35 minutes after the scheduled start because of a power failure at Carrow Road.
The lights went out 30 minutes before kick-off and although they came back on 30 minutes later there was still a problem with the club's back-up generator - and for safety reasons officials had no option to postpone the match.
The tie has been rearranged for Tuesday, January 14 with tickets for the game still valid.
Norwich chief executive Neil Doncaster said the club had no option but to call off the game.
He said: "The problem we had with our main supply damaged our back-up generator and safety rules dictate that we can't stage a match without it.
"We had discussions with the fire and police authorities before making the announcement and they were fully in agreement that we had to call it off. It's a shame for all the people who came along especially those who made the long journey from Brighton."
Norwich manager Nigel Worthington added: "It's just one of those things - it's not anybody's fault.
"It's a shame because we had a good crowd in here and the players and managers of both sides were really looking forward to the game but in the end the club had no choice."