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Weather Forecasting problem

Weather forecasting is a complex science, and there are several primary challenges and problems associated with it:
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Severe weather events can result in catastrophic losses, both in terms of revenue and human life. Unpredicted weather changes can lead to substantial operational disruptions, financial downturns, and can endanger employees and communities alike. Unpredictable weather conditions causing disruptions and unforeseen losses in business operations. Accurate and effective weather data beyond 10 days is not reliable.


Incomplete or inaccurate weather data can lead to ill-informed decision-making, potentially resulting in financial losses and missed opportunities. Moreover, without precise weather insights, companies might fail to take necessary precautions, risking safety and well-being. Lack of precise and customizable weather data for analytics and business applications beyond 10 days.


Legal disputes where weather conditions are a pivotal factor require expert testimony to provide clarity and evidence. In legal disputes where weather conditions are a pivotal element, the absence of expert testimony can mean failing to provide a decisive argument, potentially resulting in unfavorable judgments with large financial and reputational ramifications.
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Farmers and others in weather-sensitive sectors often make pivotal decisions based on forecasts. Inaccurate weather predictions can result in crop losses, financial downturns, and even endanger lives through inadequate preparation for severe weather events. Weather-sensitive industries need regular, reliable, and in-depth weather reports to plan operations efficiently.Today's models don't have any reliable or accurate weather information for planning
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Weather forecast models have been using the same atmospheric flow calculations since 1922. It’s a system rooted in plugging a set of initial conditions into physics formulas and then seeing where they may lead over time in forecast output. 

Modern technology has allowed meteorologists to use better initial conditions, but there are still errors that compound over time. These errors are what limit these models from having any accuracy beyond 14 days.
Patterns to Predictions

Cycles allow us 
to predict the behavior of complex systems.

The physics models, used by pretty much everyone else in weather forecasting, are trying to simulate and predict the conditions of the entire atmosphere. But they can only approximate those conditions. The errors in their approximations compound over time, rendering their longer range forecasts useless. Weather 20/20’s proprietary method takes a different approach.
let’s get statistical

Where physics fail, statistics prevail.

The core tenet of the LRC (Lezak Recurring Cycle) is that a unique weather pattern establishes itself each year. The pattern is identified and then predictions of every day's weather around the world are produced. 

The model calculates actionable data that is being used globally with profitable results through advanced warning.
The secret sauce


One of the only companies in the world that offers accurate long range weather data and analytics on a truly global scale.
Any Where. any when.

We are global

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Proven Accuracy

At Weather 20/20, we’re proud to go beyond the limitations of traditional forecasts that have a limit of any accuracy up to 15 days out.

While, many rely on short-term predictions, our LRC (Lezak Recurring Cycle) model excels in delivering data that is not just accurate and effective, but also extends significantly further into the future up to almost a year out.
What Sets Us Apart
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a satellite image of a hurricane in the ocean
a map of a city with streets and buildings
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a flooded street with a building and umbrella

2023 "World's Greatest" Award

"The TV Series "World's Greatest" selected Weather 20/20 as one of the show winners for episode 355."
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Featured on 2023 World Greatest
Emmy Nominations
10 Emmys including 3 Emmy wins for Winter Forecast Special Featuring the LRC
Silver Circle Inductee
Gary Lezak has been honored for the Silver Circle Emmy for his distinguished TV career
AMS Seal Of Approval
AMS Seal Of Approval for Broadcast Television 1992
2022 Ingram's Magazine
2022 Ingram's Magazine Local Hero Award at the philanthropist of the year event

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