Girl Scouts Can No Longer Sell Cookies in This Weather

Good frozen, but not snowstorm-frozen.

Today is National Girl Scout Cookie Day, which is perhaps the only made-up national holiday Grub Street can really get behind. The organization was all set to make four stops in midtown and upper Manhattan, with members selling Samoas and Tagalongs from the back of a bright green cookie mobile, but the imminent winter storm has forced the Girl Scouts to shut it down earlier than expected. Thankfully, there will be plenty of chances to get your Thin Mints in the upcoming weeks. [Girl Scouts/Twitter, GSA]