CLIMATECH sees better into the future: The best medium range weather forecast tool for meteorologists

CLIMATECH FORECAST NOV 12TH   Email me here for a free one month demo. Models aside, we have been forecasting a cold U.S. winter for a while looking at a variety of...

The California forest fires, Climate Change and how a weak El Nino could enhance a cold and snowy U.S. winter

  California forest fires are just another example of climate change. While a cold winter is likely in the cards, this does not change the reality of more extreme weather globally and the fact that...

Gasoline prices fall with rising supplies of crude but heating oil prices rally ahead of winter

Gasoline stocks have been rising, while heating oil (distillate stocks) tanking. Distillate fuel is used in everything from home heating oil (the biggest concentration is of course in the...

How Climatech predicted a cold November and potential explosive move in natural gas prices

Climatech above---The stars represent a weak El Nino and other teleconnections that predicted a cold November for some key energy areas, more than a month ago Our in house proprietary long range...

Low Rhine River in Germany causing Chaos and will affect some commodities

There is growing Chaos in Germany as one of the worst droughts in more than 100 years is threatening several industries and could have economic impacts. Record low water levels on the Rhine can...

As we may be facing a possible global recession, where are the current weather problems?

A few weeks ago, we alerted clients to our personal sentiment that higher U.S. interest rates, Trade Tariffs and other factors could result in concerns about a global economic slowdown and...

Hurricane Willa, precursor to El Nino?

  Hurricane Willa is weakening but will move into the Deep South and Texas the next few days further aggravating the US cotton crop. Its remains could then affect the big cities in the eastern U.S.,...

The Sierra Club’s mission to help people in need from hurricane Michael

URGENT: One week later, 1,000 people are still missing. Hurricane Michael was the strongest hurricane ever to come ashore along the Florida Panhandle and across the southeast, leaving millions...

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Jim Roemer (aka Dr. Weather) at Best Weather Inc.

Commodity Trading Advisor Specializing in Meteorology

Jim Roemer has been predicting weather patterns months in advance with uncanny accuracy. His company, Best Weather, Inc. is a registered commodity trading advisor specializing in meteorology, with the National Futures Association and advises hedge funds, ski areas, manufacturers, farmers and traders with respect to both the short and long term impacts of weather.

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To use the WINDY app:

Please scroll in or out on the image above to see a different views of the world. Click on the arrow to animate and see the forecast for storms, etc. for the next 10 days. To choose different parameters such as rainfall, wave heights and snow click on the upper right of the image above.