We can meet one on one, in Maine or virtually to discuss your venue and weather-related matters pertaining to its location and orientation. Using experience from forecasting northern New England’s many microclimates along with high-resolution computer model data, you’ll receive one or several customized forecasts in the two weeks leading up to your wedding. From an hourly weather forecast to 10-day outlook – you and your guests will know exactly what to expect for your big day.
We have five packages to fit your needs and your budget
We also have add-ons to enhance your wedding experience:
Sounds good…But I have an app for that!
It’s true – there are a plethora of weather apps out there. However, the precision and accuracy of those for a pinpoint location when it matters most are low. Point and click forecasts from an app typically deliver raw, unrefined, low-resolution computer model data. This information has no human interaction or adjustments made to it given real-world circumstances. Topographic features like mountains, lakes, and even islands are missed by the models and microclimates are lost. This would include elements like pop-up storms, mountain-induced showers, a sea breeze, etc., which can have major impacts on your event.
Count on me to adequately analyze and understand what’s going on in your location – which is crucial when the adverse weather potentially impacts your most important day. An example of this was on July 1st – when we broke the record the number of tornadoes in a single day in Maine. There were 175 people celebrating and dancing at Granite Ridge Estate & Barn in Norway as tornado warnings were issued. The venue owners called on me, and I analyzed several parameters to ultimately give them the all clear. Having that confidence and peace of mind is priceless on your most special day.
WHAT OUR CLIENTS SAY ABOUT US
“Having accurate and up-to-date customized forecast information should be an absolute must for your wedding weekend. Let Mallory take the guesswork out of your planning.”
“Mallory’s value to us was cemented in July when we had the tornado threat. I had 175 people in a barn with a wall of windows and tornadoes on the horizon.”