No. Climatic conditions can cause wet ice. Calm cold days should mean the surface will remain dry. Wind across the surface of the ice causes friction, which warms the ice surface, resulting in a wet surface on top of the ice. There is a clear roof canopy over the ice rink to prevent closure by rain. If the ice surface is wet, this does not make it unsafe to skate on, although you may get wet if you fall over. Please remember that ice, by its very nature, is a slippery surface, and that slips, and falls do happen.