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#1 cantwaittobemrs

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    Posted 22 January 2008 - 08:16 AM

    Hey everyone, so I know June in Jamaica is rainy season and all, but I was wondering in anyone has been down there in June and how the weather really was. I am nervous it will rain on our day, but am not freaking out about it. I just hope everyone has a great time, and I know the weather will play a part in that. So if anyone has been down there in June (or even late May), and can let me know how the weather was for them I would really appreciate it!! TIA

    #2 starchild

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      Posted 22 January 2008 - 09:48 AM

      Hi! I honeymooned at the ROR June and it rained briefly the first day. It rained the last 3 hours we were there, on the way to the airport, and was still raining when we took off. This was approximately from 9am to 2 pm if I recall correctly.

      The forecast said rain everyday but it was blue skies and no rain 98% of the time. We got in the pool in the rain and had a blast, so it won't ruin everything. It would make me nervous too but try not to worry, I bet your ceremony will be fine :)

      #3 bobbi-francis

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        Posted 22 January 2008 - 11:48 AM

        Quote:
        Originally Posted by cantwaittobemrs
        Hey everyone, so I know June in Jamaica is rainy season and all, but I was wondering in anyone has been down there in June and how the weather really was. I am nervous it will rain on our day, but am not freaking out about it. I just hope everyone has a great time, and I know the weather will play a part in that. So if anyone has been down there in June (or even late May), and can let me know how the weather was for them I would really appreciate it!! TIA
        Great question! I'll be getting married at ROR on June 28th. I've heard that there should be nothing to worry about. Let's just keep our fingers crossed. If it is rainy, I do believe they will move you indoors.

        #4 ErinB

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          Posted 22 January 2008 - 12:33 PM

          I've always heard it rains in the later afternoon between 1 and 3 or so. This is also usually the hottest time of the day do showers are brief and dry quickly. I'd try to keep your wedding time earlier in the morning or late afternoon/sunset if you really are upset about it. Don't worry the coordinators will have a rain plan they go over with you on the first day.




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