Weather Channel’s Online Tool Helps You Track the Weather For Your Wedding and Honeymoon
They say April showers bring May flowers, but did you know that July is normally the wettest month for the Philadelphia area?
We recently stumbled upon this cool feature on Weather.com that allows brides to create a My Wedding Weather page on their site to help them track the weather for both their wedding date and location, and honeymoon destination and location.
Let’s say you are torn between holding your wedding at the Shore or at an outdoor garden space in Philadelphia: Weather.com will compare the two outdoor locations for you. Just punch in your wedding date, if you have it, and it will tell you what to expect, weather-wise. Or, once you’ve settled on your location, it can also tell you the average hottest, coolest, wettest and driest months for the area, if you haven’t yet decided on a date. You want to tie the knot at sunset? It can tell you the exact time to hold your ceremony.
And of course, there’s the honeymoon: Just search any of the locations that you are your groom are considering, and you’ll not only get the weather conditions for your potential post-nuptial getaway destination (especially helpful for locales where hurricanes tend to occur), but also a few tips on what to pack. It can help you make these weather-related decisions up for four years in advance!
We know having to deal with the weather—predict it, prepare for it, try and outsmart it—is one of the more stressful things you have to tackle during the planning process, but using a tool like this might actually save you a few headaches.
Remember: Whether it is cold or whether it is hot, we shall have weather, whether or not!
Anyone else find a great online tool for helping you track the weather as it concerns your wedding?
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