Weather2020 Predicts NFL Opening Weekend Weather Forecast Over A Month Before Opening Day

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A Storm To Move Through New England Before The Game With a Cold Front To Affect Pittsburg at New England

Using breakthrough technology known as the LRC®, Weather2020 LLC meteorologist Gary Lezak is forecasting a storm to move through New England in the day or two before opening day with a good chance of rain. It may dry out by game time with colder air moving in during the game.

Weather2020 made the only accurate forecast for the outdoor Super Bowl in East Rutherford New Jersey in 2014 predicting no snow and temperatures in the 50s. Other forecasts were predicting snow and brutal cold. It was sunny and in the 50s! Gary Lezak’s team made it two for two this year with an accurate forecast for rain during Super Bowl week in Arizona this year. These forecasts have been documented, and here is a tweet from the NJ.Com writer that wrote about this……”I usually despise weather forecasters, but kudos to Weather2020 for getting this one spot on”.  

“We’re excited to make predictions for big events like the start of the NFL season,” said Chris Routh, CEO of Weather2020. “Our forecasts are coming in accurate at a 75% clip and our customers are able to plan for events like this 12 weeks and longer in advance to prepare.”

For more information on this breakthrough technology, go to and join in the LRC Forecast Experience Blog. Weather2020’s 12 week forecasts and videos are also now available in the popular 1Weather App for Android Devices. For other game day forecasts please go to or email chris(at)weather2020(dot)com. Video of the NFL forecasts can be found at and

Founded in 2008 Weather2020 LLC offers a range of products and services to weather sensitive businesses and to consumers through it’s 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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