I keep asking God to make it summer, but He seems to have more important things to do than worry about the weather ;-). So I decided to find some gods whose whole existence is about the weather to see what the problem might be.
As you can see from this picture, we must have done something to anger Boreas, the Greek god of of the north wind, who is also called the cold breath of winter. Or maybe the problem is that we insulted Skadi, the Norse goddess of winter and hunting. It might even be as simple as the fact that we have disregarded the power of Jack Frost. But whoever we insulted, they are dumping snow all over us.
So right now, we need to start doing whatever we can to appease the summer gods, and beg their presence.
We have many choices! There is Aten, an Egyptian sun god. There is also an African sun god named Ra (I always thought he was Egyptian. See what you can learn from Google).
Sekhmet is an Egyptian sun goddess, Theia is an Greek Titan goddess in charge of the shining light of the clear blue sky (hopefully that is a sky without snow). There is also Utu, a Sumerian sun god. The Celts had a sun god named Lugh, and the Greeks had a god named Zephyrus who was in charge of the wind and known as the god of spring breezes.
It doesn’t matter which of these gods we do sun dances for (they’re all myths anyway, right), soon the winter gods will be vanquished and the summer ones will reign again!