Weather Trends: June 2012 Wedding Hot Spots

The meteorologists at weathertrends360’s rundown of the best -- and worst -- places around the country for a June 2012 wedding.
By: Allee Sangiolo

You’ve booked a venue, hired a caterer, settled on a band, sent out invites and made countless checklists to prepare for the Big Day. But we all know there’s one thing you can’t ever fully prepare for: the weather. Or can you?

With the help of the experts at weathertrends360, you can. Before you put down any deposits, visit weathertrends360 to check what the weather will be like on your wedding day -- regardless of where your venue is in the world. Too late? At least you’ll know if you’ll need to rent a tent and hand out umbrellas at the ceremony. Either way, with wedding season fast approaching you’ll want to know what you’re in for. 

Check out the meteorologists at weathertrends360’s rundown of the best -- and worst -- places around the country for a June 2012 wedding:

Top 5 June 2012 Wedding Spots
Yellowstone, Wyoming
If you’re planning on saying your “I do’s” with the impressive national park in the background, you’re in luck this June. Yellowstone’s experiencing its warmest and driest weather in 20 years.
Best week: June 13-17

Mackinac Island, Michigan

If you’re headed to this tiny picturesque island in Lake Huron for your fairytale wedding, get excited. The island’s having its warmest weather in 7 years, and driest in 5.
Best week: June 5-10

Puerto Rico
This tropical paradise is the warmest it’s been in 7 years, and the driest it’s been in 3 -- making it a perfect spot for your wedding destination. Hopefully you’re planning on tying the knot the first week in June, though, because after that the rainy season picks up.
Best week: May 28- June 3

Oahu to Big Island, Hawaii
Put on your lei and grab your Hawaiian shirt because this June is perfect for a Hawaii wedding. It’s expected to be much warmer and drier than last year’s rainy start to the summer.
Best week: June 19-34

Lake Tahoe, California
Visitors to Lake Tahoe in June not only have the potential for their plans to be ruined by rain, but they also have another weather phenomenon to contend with: snow. Luckily, this June is on track to be much warmer and drier than last year, which was the coldest and snowiest in decades.
Best week: June 25-30

5 Worst June 2012 Wedding Spots
Hilton Head, South Carolina 
Planning a perfect Southern beach wedding? You may want to buy a bucketful of umbrellas for your guests, because this year the island is on track for its wettest weather in 11 years. 

The Sunshine State isn’t looking so sunny this summer. Florida’s going to have the wettest weather in more than 4 years in many areas. 

Coastal Texas 
This year’s June weather in coastal Texas couldn’t possibly be more different from last year’s. Last June brought a drought, while this year has the potential for flooding and possibly even a tropical storm. 

Ozarks, Arkansas 
This year is the wettest in 8 years for the Ozarks. So if you’re planning an outdoor mountain wedding, you might want to invest in that tent after all. 

Smoky Mountains, Tennessee
Rain could be in store for your Smoky Mountains wedding. The mountains are having their wettest weather in 7 years, so beware.

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