Anyone can see what the temperature and precipitation normals are for each month for their favorite city, plus our forecasts based on the projected sea-surface temperatures and solar data
Coeur d'Alene, ID (PRWEB) January 30, 2013
Harris-Mann Climatology is a long-range forecasting and commodity advisory service that specializes in providing state of the art weather analysis for the agricultural community involved in trading the futures market. The company also issues daily mathematical stock and commodity trades based on long-term trends.
For those who are interested in long-range weather forecasts, Harris-Mann Climatology provides, at no charge, monthly temperature and precipitation forecasts for the next 12 months for thousands of cities across the world. Detailed weather graphics are also available for the following year for the United States and Europe. Additional continents for graphics are planned for later in 2013.
“This is a useful tool for travelers, outdoor enthusiasts and anyone who has an interest in long-range weather forecasts. Anyone can see what the temperature and precipitation normals are for each month for their favorite city, plus our forecasts based on the projected sea-surface temperatures and solar data,” says Meteorologist Randy Mann.
Since 1991, Harris-Mann Climatology has offered it’s daily commodity and long-range weather forecasting service to many subscribers. This popular service advises farmers, investors, stock and commodity traders and other businesses that depend on upcoming weather patterns and agricultural futures.
Many of the company’s long-range weather predictions are from long-time forecaster, Climatologist Cliff Harris. Recently, he did predict the huge droughts in the Midwest, Russia, South America, Australia and Asia that reduced corn and wheat crops worldwide last year. He also forecasted the citrus-damaging freezes since 2000 in Florida and Texas. Harris-Mann forecasters are currently prediction an extension of the extensive midwestern drought into at least the spring of this year.
Harris-Mann Climatology has recently added Meteorologist and 32-year trader Tom Loffman to its staff. Loffman takes a strictly mathematical approach to his stock and commodity market price forecasts, Tom calls it, “an approach similar to numerical weather forecasting.”
With the increasing power of personal computers and the Internet, investors and traders, both amateur and professional have been increasing their use of computer programs in an attempt to gain an advantage in the various stock, futures and bond markets. And yet, it is obvious by watching the various daily stock market programs, that the markets move with the news on a minute by minute basis.
“Commodity and stock price points are all computer generated,” said Loffman, “and thoroughly backtested using my very best trading systems developed after three decades of research and real time trading. There is no guessing involved.”
Harris-Mann Climatology also includes long-term climate charts that date back to 600 B.C. There are many climate change articles that have been featured in a number of newspaper publications. For more information, you can visit their website at http://www.LongRangeWeather.com.