Dynamic Predictables March Temperature and Precipitation Predictions

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Temperatures in March will be cool to near usual levels. Precipitation will be less than usual for much of the nation.

Gregg Suhler

Dynamic Predictables, LLC.

P.O.Box 1365

Columbia, Mo 65202-1365

(573) 815-0520

http://www.dynamicpredictables.com

Dynamic Predictables MARCH 2003 Monthly Mean Temperature and Precipitation Outlooks

February 18, 2003, 3PM EST, Columbia, Missouri

Dynamic Predictables releases to the public today its March mean monthly outlooks of temperature and precipitation for all climate divisions of the United States. Dynamic Predictables forecast categories include only: Near Average, Above Average or Below Average temperature and precipitation. No division will be designated “climatological,” that is, having an equal likelihood of normal, above normal or below normal, in effect, no forecast. Dynamic Predictables suite of dynamic computer algorithms is physics based and not dependant upon sea surface temperature patterns or any other trendy environmental anomaly.

The forecasts should be useful to agriculture, construction, distribution and energy interests. The product released to the public has been derived from one of the basic suite of proprietary algorithms developed by Dynamic Predictables and the output will be available after the defined date on their web site, http://www.dynamicpredictables.com .

DESCRIPTIVE TEMPERATURE PARAGRAPH: MUCH OF THE NORTHERN TWO THIRDS OF THE NATION WILL SEE MARCH TEMPERATURS AT OR BELOW AVERAGE. IN THE SOUTHERN ONE THIRD OF THE NATION, TEMPERATURES WILL BE CLOSE TO THE LONG TERM AVERAGE ALTHOUGH SOUTHERN CALIFORNIA WILL BE COOL AND THERE WILL BE A TENDENCY FOR COOLER THAN USUAL TEMPERATURES IN ALABAMA, GEORGIA AND TENNESSEE.

DESCRIPTIVE PRECIPITATION PARAGRAPH: MARCH PRECIPITATION WILL TEND TO BE DRIER THAN THE LONG TERM AVERAGE. ABOUT THE GREAT LAKES AND THROUGH THE EASTERN CORN BELT, PRECIPITATION WILL BE CLOSER TO USUAL LEVELS.

About Dynamic Predictables, LLC. – Dynamic Predictables is a private weather, water and climate corporation providing comprehensive weather, climate and impact assessment for agriculture, construction, distribution, energy, media and custom climatology interests. Sophisticated algorithms provide improved definition of time and space applications on a dedicated contractual basis. Dynamic Predictables mean monthly outlooks of temperature and precipitation are available as much as one full year in advance. Climate forecasts are also available for selected international locations.

Monthly mean forecasts through APRIL 2004 are available for a fee. Agricultural interests may find the spring precipitation outlook in the central plains especially useful. In the Corn Belt, the July and August 2003 outlooks could be enriching.

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Gregg.Suhler...573.815.0520                     http://www.dynamicpredictables.com or

Albert Peterlin

(717) 329-4748

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