The plights of American and Australian farmers and the one in a 120 year old drought

US farmers triple edged sword US farmers have not been able to get a break. First it was the Trade War that shows no signs of ending anytime soon, then this past spring was one of the wettest on...

The MJO: Historic September snows, grain harvest problems, recent improvement for Brazil coffee

Whether it's El Nino Modoki, discussions about climate change or low solar activity, there is never a dull moment weather-wise with what's going on around the globe. However, there is also one...

Weather to play a huge role in commodities! We’d like to hear from you

I appreciate the hundreds of requests and comments around the world from twitter, linkened and other sources with regards to my offering a weather commodity newsletter. This would be simple to...

Commodities and Weather–Sample of Jim Roemer’s Premium consulting service

*Flooding for Canadian and US spring wheat *Rains easing dryness to Brazil coffee, but will it turn hot and dry again? *What cool ocean temperatures near Peru, but warm near Australia suggests for...

Australia burning up, Alaska’s summer of fire and no ice, Brazil coffee dryness beginning to get noticed

Its not only the Amazon burning up, Australia is seeing some of the worst forest fires ever, as this will be the third consecutive year of drought. For a very disturbing article about Australia's...

First frost for Midwest grain farmers? Natural gas price rally

Improved Fall Weather for Midwest Corn and Soybean Farmers After the late planted spring for many Midwest corn and soybean farmers, from the record wet May and June weather, conditions have improved...

Hurricane Dorian, El Nino Modoki , historical hurricane tracks and commodities

Friday night--August 30th update 11 pm-- I mentioned a few days ago to clients that Dorian would likely explode more than models suggested. Indeed, as of this writing, she is now a category 4...

Lungs of the earth are suffocating: Potential effects on hurricanes, Brazil and commodities

Background of what is going on in the Amazon and the Brazil Economy Often referred to as "the planet's lungs" because it provides 20% of the world's oxygen, the Amazon rainforest has been ablaze for...

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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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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.