New Long Range Weather Model Provides Your Wedding Day Forecast

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For the first time ever weather intelligence provider and creator of the LRC long range weather forecasting method, Weather2020, will provide personalized wedding day forecasts up to 200 days in the future.

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We’re very excited to finally offer tailored weather forecasts for the biggest day of most peoples’ lives. Weather is a big stress factor and giving couples an opportunity plan the outdoor wedding they’ve been dreaming about is incredible.

Weather2020 offers customized forecasts for any date and location, up to 200 days out, so those planning weddings can now breathe a little easier.

“We’re very excited to finally offer tailored weather forecasts for the biggest day of most peoples’ lives,” said Chris Routh, CEO of Weather2020. “Weather is a big stress factor and giving couples an opportunity plan the outdoor wedding they’ve been dreaming about is incredible.”

Over the past seven years, Weather2020 has correctly predicted numerous long-range weather forecasts, including hurricanes and other natural disasters. Weather2020 has an impressive accuracy—near 80 percent—for forecasts up to 200 days, beating conventional computer models forecasting only a week out.

That technology is now available to couples planning their big day. Whether they already have a date in mind, or need help narrowing it down, Weather2020’s personalized forecasts will give them the confidence to plan the wedding of their dreams.

For more information about Weather2020 and its long range wedding weather service please go to http://www.weather2020.com/wedding or email wedding(AT)weather2020.com.

Founded in 2008, Weather2020 LLC offers a range of products and services to weather sensitive businesses, and to consumers through its long-range weather forecast API. Using the proprietary methodology known as the Lezak Recurring Cycle (LRC) Weather2020 is the most accurate long-range forecasting method in the field today.

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