Post # 1
With my wedding only 4 weeks away, I am super nervous about the weather! Last year it rained on that day and I am nervous since were are having an outdoor wedding. What website is good for weather prediction?
Post # 3
Well, I checked the farmer’s almanac and weather.com religiously. There’s also a website in this neck of the woods called foot’s forecast but I think it’s only for my region.
Post # 5
Checked all of the weather sites I could find to check the weather in Savannah for the day before and day of our wedding. Two weeks out, they were all saying it was going to storm on our wedding day, but as we got closer to the day, it started looking like the rain would be the day before… Luckily, we only had a little rain in the morning before we got up on our wedding day, and I was sooooo relieved.
Oh… and we were planning an outdoor wedding too, but we moved it inside because of the wet grass. I’m really glad we did too, because the Inn was decorated beautifully for Christmas, and the flowers in the garden outside had already died.
Post # 6
I used weather.com. They have a neat little wedding section that emails you forecasts every morning starting 10 days before your wedding, and tells you whether or not you should start thinking about a backup plan. And they’re nice. They told me the weather on my wedding day would be “delightful” (it was).
Post # 7
@Tswife4ever: Well, weather.com told me ten days out that there was an 80% chance of heavy snow. Then as the ten days turned into 7 and 5 the percent decreased and the weather ended up being sunny, just like switched to saying a few days out. Foot’s forecast was 100% spot on the whole time.
Post # 8
I used weather.com too. It breaks it down by hour as the day gets closer & was really accurate for my wedding 🙂
Post # 9
this site http://www.weather.org/weatherorg_records_and_averages.htm
will show you the weather for previous years and also predict weather for the future