This question popped into my head when I was listening to “We Don’t Talk About Bruno” from Disney’s Encanto for the 150th time. Bruno, a man with the gift of prophecy, made a comment to his sister Pepa (whose moods control the weather) on her wedding day that it “looks like rain”, and the idea “floods her brain” on a cloudless day, causing her to create a hurricane during the wedding ceremony.
This caused me to think: How many people per year get married during natural disasters like hurricanes, tornado warnings, floods, and blizzards? Are statistics available for such things? Or, if a hurricane is predicted to take place on someone’s wedding day, do they just move it back? Can that happen on short notice?