Weather Tools for Wedding Planning and Honeymoon

Wedding Style & Decor
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In the early stages of planning, you're likely to hear "So, have you set a date?" more often than you'd care to. But before setting the date—especially if you're planning an outdoor wedding—it's a smart idea to check the historical meteorological data for your area to find out the likelihood of sunny skies on your chosen day. Enter Weather Underground, which recently re-launched their website—there you'll find several great tools to help you take advantage of their massive weather database. Their Trip Planner tool lets you check out ten years of historical weather data for a particular city: Plug in the date or dates you're considering for your wedding, and you'll have a good idea of what the weather will be like on your future wedding day. The tool is also useful for planning your honeymoon, as is the Road Trip Planner, which allows you to plot the weather along your chosen route up to two weeks in advance, and the Flight Aware Flight Tracking tool, which tracks whether or not your flight is scheduled to depart on time. —Lauren Matthews

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