The purpose of this service is to give travelers, outdoor planners and other enthusiasts an idea of what normal weather conditions are like in particular cities and towns for any time of year and what we’re expecting
Coeur d'Alene, ID (PRWEB) March 28, 2013
A recent new feature on Harris-Mann Climatology’s website,http://www.LongRangeWeather.com, gives readers a chance to look ahead to see what may be in store weatherwise.
This new service that is available on http://www.longrangeweather.com/weather-forecasts/, shows the average temperature and precipitation, plus monthly forecasts for the next 12 months for thousands of U.S. and world cities. All major regions, such as Europe, North America, South America, Central America, the Middle East, Australia, and Asia are included. Many smaller islands in the Atlantic and Pacific Ocean have been recently added.
In addition to the temperature and precipitation data, detailed colorful graphics are also available for the U.S. and Europe. The company plans to add more continents later this year.
“The purpose of this service is to give travelers, outdoor planners and other enthusiasts an idea of what normal weather conditions are like in particular cities and towns for any time of year and what we’re expecting based on projected patterns for the following year,” says Meteorologist Randy Mann.
Harris-Mann Climatology’s forecasters use sea-surface temperature data, solar cycles and other long-term climate cycles to prepare the long-range outlooks. Because Harris-Mann Climatology does not charge to republish the long-range graphics, there are a number of newspapers that download and print these charts each month.
Harris-Mann Climatology has a daily advisory service for over 20 years that specializes in providing state of the art short and long-range weather analysis plus fundamental and technical mathematical stock and commodity forecasts. Many farmers, commodity and stock traders use this service for crop planning and commodity trading.
According to Ed Petrowsky, one of their clients, “I’ve used their service for timing on planting for over 20 years. I get a schedule for corn pollination, especially on dryland crops, and his advice has been ‘right on’ about 90% of the time. They keep us posted on overseas crop conditions and weather. Cliff Harris (a long-time forecaster) saved my cousin and I from bankruptcy when corn was at the bottom.”
Harris-Mann Climatology also publishes a number of articles relating to climate change and other environmental features that are also available on their website.