Weather can be unexpected and unfriendly at times when you want to go and do something outside. If you are planning an outdoor event you may want to check what the weather will be like where you are going.
I went to a wedding a few years ago in the fall and the weather turned out to be horrible. It was an outdoor wedding and the bride wore a sleeveless dress. The temperature was below freezing and a icy mist fell on us all. I couldn’t help but think that it was bad planning for a bride to wear a sleeveless dress in the fall in an area that is typically cold in the fall. There she was up in front of all her friends and relatives turning an interesting shade of pink and red as the ceremony was shortened because of her attire. The groom in his suit was freezing too but at least his arms were covered. I think maybe she should have bought a very nice white coat to wear just in case it was bad weather. Then she could have wore her sleeveless dress at the indoor reception.
Weather plays a very big roll in outdoor activities. Bad weather can ruin any fun that you have planned outdoors. It can be hard to predict the weather so if you have an event outdoors that you have to go to rain or shine then it is best to dress for it so you can enjoy it.
A few days ago our area had an unusual storm that left a foot of snow in some places and no snow twenty miles away from the foot. The weather service was very accurate on where the snow was going to land. Thankfully it was not where I live. I like to check the weather every day so I know how I should dress for the day. I also like to know if I am going to be able to spend time outside or not.
Always check the weather in the area you are going to be outside before you go so you know how to dress or change your plans if you can. The National Weather Service does a great job at predicting the weather. You can check out what the weather is going to be where ever you are going to go at home or away on vacation. If you really want to enjoy the outdoors or just be safe you can check the weather at http://forecast.weather.gov/MapClick.php?lat=44.72332018895824&lon=-92.2635269165039#.U1Els_ldUzR.