The Next 30 Days: Shaping The Next 300 Days
A Look Into This Evolving Weather Pattern
Welcome to the Weather 20/20 Intelligence Report! We just ran the first LRC model of the season Saturday night. We will not get so specific yet, as this weather pattern is still evolving before our eyes. The LRC is the centerpiece of a big atmospheric Jigsaw. There are other pieces such as the developing El Niño. Just look at these headlines I found in the past few days:
Here is the 3-month prediction from NOAA for Dec-Jan-Feb
These maps, as displayed above, offer a mere 90-day glimpse, attempting to summarize an entire winter season using just one shade for precipitation and another for temperatures at each location. However, it's crucial to understand that winter cannot be simplified into a single phrase or represented by only two colors. Its complexity extends far beyond this snapshot. As we continue to gain insights over the next 30 days within the initial cycle of the LRC, we will begin sharing invaluable weather intelligence aimed at assisting businesses, fostering peace of mind, and potentially saving lives through advanced warnings. The LRC methodology fundamentally alters the landscape of meteorology, offering precision in the "when" and "where" of weather events. It allows us to answer crucial questions: When and where will a hurricane strike? When and where will winter storms hit? When and where will weather impact your life?
Now, let's delve into the latest data, where we'll unravel the intricacies of this season's evolving weather patterns and explore the insights provided by our cutting-edge LRC model.
Here is today’s Video: