Weather2020 Special Weather Alert
The new LRC is almost set for the season
Weather 2020 is about to have major enhancements soon!
Gary Lezak – CEO Weather2020
Weather 2020 is about to go through a change with enhancements that will make it easier to get your accurate long range weather forecasts. We are expecting a launch date in late October. Check back in for updates.
We forecasted the recent storm systems with more than 100 days lead time. Yes, some outlets were impressed with forecasting a severe weather set-up six whole days out, but we were able to provide the same level of awareness with a 100 day lead time before the May 20th outbreak and the more recent wild week of severe weather near the end of May. In the 1980s I discovered that weather patterns set up in a unique way every fall and they develop a cycle for the following 12 months. This gives us a powerful insight into forecasting the weather to help you plan your vacation, wedding, golf outing, event, or just to find out what is going to happen at home 12 weeks into the future, just by clicking on the forecast map below. Read the blog for more details.
Gary Lezak – CEO Weather2020
LRC stands for Lezak’s Recurring Cycle. It was named by Gary’s faithful bloggers on KSHB-TV’s website in 2005. Through years of forecasting experience, Kansas City and KSHB-TV meteorologist Gary Lezak discovered that weather patterns in the main westerlies cycle and have a regular period each year. Gary and his team uses this knowledge to prepare accurate weather forecasts for consumers and businesses. Using our expertise of understanding this cycling weather pattern, the LRC, combined with knowledge of other cycling features such as the known teleconnections and oscillations like the Arctic Oscillation (AO), the Madden Julien Oscillation (MJO), the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO), the El Nino Southern Oscillation (ENSO), and many others allows our team to make these accurate forecasts. We believe this to be the most accurate forecast method used to day in weather forecasting. We have been testing out the forecasts on the LRC Forecast Experience since 2011 and we have found these forecasts to be quite accurate. We expect a perception of accuracy to be close to 65% up to six weeks and a little bit lower on forecasts more than six weeks out. For more information go to our Weather2020.com weather blog and let us know if you have any questions. We are doing something that has never been attempted before.
THREE MAJOR WEATHER “HOT SPOTS”: The Weather 2020 team has identified three “hot” spots in the USA where major weather events will be repeating during the winter, spring and summer of 2013. Together they will impact over 50% of the total population of the USA and include the densest areas of population along the east coast where Super-storm Sandy caused huge amounts of damage. The LRC pattern for 2013 shows several major storm systems returning that will impact those same places hit in 2012, some showing major affects and others much smaller. Other hot spots can be found on the web site.
We encourage your inquires for how Weather 2020 can help your organization plan and prepare properly for what’s in store all across the USA for 2013, based on the LRC forecast system. The accuracy with which Weather 2020 can predict weather events from one week to six months in advance will absolutely amaze you and your management team. It will also enable your team to improve results as you know more about what’s coming in weather and how to manage outcomes. That includes financial projections that can be dramatically impacted by weather events that are six months or more away.
Climate Change: IS IT REAL? Current clients have also been inquiring about the changing weather patterns and what our team believes is happening now and what’s in store for specific areas around the USA for 2013. We can respond to questions about drought, rain, snow, tornadoes, and other major weather events that we see coming for 2013. We did predict accurately six weeks in advance the severe storm that hit Dallas, TX in 2012 that threw tractor trailers into the air and caused major problems. We will be pleased to respond to your requests as well.
Current business clients for Weather 2020 forecasts receive updated versions of the weather that fit their needs to make decisions concerning where to place new inventory (salt in the winter) and where repair teams need to go after storms pass through densely wooded residential areas for downed power lines. Let us talk with you about your weather related issues and help provide answers today about what’s coming in the future. Contact us today for more information for your business!
Contact us today for more information for your business!