The videos show an array beautiful pictures of the featured city. They also include a monthly temperature, precipitation and snowfall weather forecast for the next 12 months.
Coeur d'Alene, ID (PRWEB) September 15, 2015
Harris-Mann Climatology announces the recent addition of the “Best Time to Visit or Travel” segments for over 200 major U.S. and world cities. Each page on the website contains a 30-second video and a specific long-range city weather forecast. Online videos were prepared and narrated by Meteorologist Randy Mann.
According to Mann, “The videos show an array beautiful pictures of the featured city. They also include a monthly temperature, precipitation and snowfall weather forecasts for the next 12 months. This is a new feature that can be a useful tool for travelers, travel agents, outdoor enthusiasts or anyone who may be planning a trip or event.”
Harris-Mann Climatology also provides a written narrative of each video that can be converted to many languages supported by Google Translate. The website lists the best months to travel to these particular cities based on weather and climatology.
Over 200 major cities and popular travel destinations are featured. New York City, Nashville, Seattle, Yosemite National Park are just a few of the U.S. locations. Some world cities include Cancun, Paris, Sydney, Beijing, Seoul and many others.
Harris-Mann Climatology also provides 12-month monthly temperature and precipitation forecasts for over 6000 locations across the globe. The website has recently added monthly long-range weather forecast graphics for the United States and Australia. For historical climate, there are temperature and precipitation charts dating back to 600 B.C.
Harris-Mann Climatology is a long-range weather forecast and commodity advisory service that specializes in providing state of the art weather analysis and daily mathematical stock and commodity trades based on long-term trends. Its daily commodity and long-range weather forecasting service has been advising farmers, investors, stock and commodity traders and other businesses that depend on upcoming long-term weather patterns and agricultural futures since 1991.
The company lists many climate and weather-related articles that have been featured in a number of newspaper publications. For more information, you can visit their website at http://www.LongRangeWeather.com.