Stephen and I are spending the day packing and tying up loose ends before flying out to California tomorrow to start our final week of preparations. And exactly one week from today, we’ll finally tie the knot!
Of course, one thing I’ll be closely tracking throughout the coming week is the weather report. Now, with our wedding taking place in Southern California, I’m not wildly concerned about rain or bad weather interfering.
On the other hand, you never know. After all, my mom told me that last year on June 3, a freak rainstorm swept through. And with wildfires all too common in our area, heat and high winds are a major risk factor, too.
Well, The Weather Channel’s Wedding Planner feature has put my mind at ease, at least for now. The average temperature for June 4 in Thousand Oaks is 76 degrees, with a bit of a morning cloud cover, plenty of afternoon sunshine, and an 8 p.m. sunset. The last two years held up to this promise, with 2009 bringing a 71-degree day, and 2008 topping out at 67 degrees.
This year’s predication? It should be a comfortable 68 degrees, with mostly sunny skies and low winds. I’ll keep my fingers crossed that nothing changes, but for now, I’d better switch my focus right back to getting everything ready to go!
Engaged ladies, do you have wedding day weather concerns? Married girls, did untimely weather surprises threaten to put a damper on your day?
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