Outdoor Wedding Weather
A great planning tool for Outdoor Weddings. Written by: Vin Crosby August 22, 2006
Planning for a wedding is a very complicated thing and the K.I.S.S. method of Keep It Simple Silly just doesn't fly even with the smallest of weddings. (This excludes going to Reno or Vegas). However with any
type of wedding
large or small you understand
certain terms. The terms Wedding cake, wedding dress, wedding flowers, or Bride are easily understood when planning a wedding. Wedding weather well that's a whole different story. Odds are that a forecast like, "A confluent jet stream moving into the northwest with a lot of upper level support for the the surface cold front for your wedding.", won't make much sense. Or the traditional 30% chance of showers in the afternoon doesn't tell you that 1.50" of rain is going to fall and on a certain wedding party!
That's why The Outdoor Wedding Indextm
from BridalWeather.com was created. It's simple, accurate
and your flower girl and ring bearer at age six can interpret it!
You want to look at a weather map
find your location and know the answer to, "Do I need a back up plan?", or "Should we even be outside?". How about being a week away or maybe a week and a half away and already having a very good idea that your possibly using a back up plan?
I think that would be extremely useful!
And the Outdoor Wedding Weather Index
is color schemed with Green, Yellow,
Guess what color means what?! It's that simple. Now you take that tool and combind it with a meteorologist
that's been a forecaster at The Weather Channel, NBC, FOX, taught N.A.T.O. commanding officers forecast techniques, and has made over 1 million forecasts for small towns and major cities accross the country,
and you have something that's simple and works.