A couple of months ago I was directed to a website that promised to provide free long range weather forecasts to help with planning outdoor activities. I was excited to think there was a website like this, because, if you’ve ever been in charge of an outdoor family reunion or gathering of some sort, you know the most difficult thing to predict is the WEATHER!
Since my first visit to their website I have used their information at weathertab.com when planning several family functions and each time their predictions turned out to be accurate. About a year ago, I used the weathertab website to get an idea but how weather would be for our family reunion/vacation (12 months in the future) would be in sunny southern California. They predicted that the weather on the dates we would be in California, it would rain for 3 days and they were right- it rained 3 of the days we were at Disneyland. (Which isn’t necessarily a bad thing- no crowds and no waiting in line.)
The http://www.weathertab.com/ website doesn’t guarantee that their information is 100 percent accurate but their research and science does give you a bit of an advantage when trying to choose a date for your family reunion and they do say that their forecasts “start where others stop”.
The weathertab.com site can show you the predicted weather for 1 day to 18 months in advance, it is always free and requires no subscription or registration.
I put the weathertab.com site to the test when planning my husband’s 60th birthday party. I choose to have his celebration a day earlier because there was only a 13% chance of rain on that day instead of his actual birthday when there was a 39% chance of rain.
I felt lucky when we had a wonderfully sunny, no rain, party on his special day. I’m excited to use the site when planning next years family reunion. Check out http://www.weathertab.com/ when planning your reunion too and see if WeatherTAB’s long range weather forecast can help you find a reunion day with a lower chance of rain too.
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