Here are a few articles on how weather affects voting results. Based on the articles, here are some of the highlights below.
- Weather impacts on voting may often be negligible.
- However, studies have shown more Republicans will turn out during stormy (bad) weather.
- Undecided voters are the least likely to vote on bad weather days.
- Bad weather can reduce voter turnout, especially ice.
- Today, wet weather could have a small impact on two swing states - Florida and Wisconsin.
- Historically, the timing of the fall harvest and beating bad winter weather decided the date we vote, which of course is early November.
- Weather should help bring a good turnout across the nation with most areas dry, as you can see on the radar image below.