After a weekend of what producer Mike Hurley described as a “grueling weather watch,” the third annual Belfast Street Party has been pushed back one day, to Tuesday, Aug. 9.

In an e-mail that circulated Sunday night, Hurley said the original date for the Street Party, Monday, Aug. 8, was forecast to have a 50-percent chance of rain, while the proposed rain date, Wednesday, was given to 70-percent odds. Tuesday, however, the chances were a promising 20 percent.

“The dates are like the pirates code. It’s more like a set of guidelines,” Hurley wrote, borrowing a line from “Pirates of the Caribbean.”

The long list of attractions planned for the Street Party, including carnival-style amusements, food vendors, and live music remains the same, Hurley said. Though one, curious, late addition was made in the form of Clara the Clairvoyant Cow, a fiberglass fortune-teller whose first prediction was that the street party would be a “wild success.”

So, the chances of good weather stand at 80 percent, and the first two Street Parties were major successes. Bear in mind a fiberglass cow’s natural desire to please her bosses, of course, then try to figure out the odds that Clara is right.

Or just come to the party.

The Belfast Street Party will be held on a closed section of High Street between Main and Bridge Streets, Tuesday, Aug. 9 from 4-11 p.m.