That's where BridalWeather.com comes in. Around since 2006, the Idaho-based service handles any kind of wedding weather forecasting in the United States as well as at popular honeymoon locations.
While most of the services are free, the company provides an e-book for a fee that helps brides and grooms plan long term.
“It even shows them how to use La Nina and El Nino outlooks to pick a wedding date!” the founder of BridalWeather.com, meteorologist Vin Crosby, told Wedding-Scoops.com.
While they’re not the only wedding weather forecasters around, Crosby said, “We have the exclusive Outdoor Wedding Weather Index and can produce one specifically for a wedding site on request.”