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Weather on Wedding Day

Posted by socks12345 (My Page) on
Wed, Jun 14, 06 at 17:05

Does anyone here know of a website where one can look up what the weather has been on a certain day in recent years? For example, what the weather has been in Chicago, Ill. on November 1 for the past 5-10 years.

I was thinking this might be handy during spring and fall weddings when weather can go one way or another. Of course, I know there are no guarantees! Just might be interesting to look at.


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RE: Weather on Wedding Day

Yes. weather.com has such a feature. Choose your city. Scroll down to "36 hour forcast" about halfway down. You will find four links in yellow blocks. The last one is averages. Click around on that and you will figure it out. It is pretty easy to figure out. I've given you November in Chicago.

Here is a link that might be useful: November in Chicago


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RE: Weather on Wedding Day

Thank you, duckie.


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