About Weatherplanner

What is the science behind WeatherPlanner? How does the technology work?

WeatherPlanner outlook is derived through a complex proprietary scientific process based on real math, science and history of weather systems and events.

The model for the outlook is based on a predictive deterministic model, or the future positioning of weather systems. Using higher levels of mathematics and physics to project future weather events over 60 years, WeatherPlanner is able to reliably predict weather trends or intervals when compared to extensive historical records. With more than 100 years of historical weather data, the results are analyzed to help determine the intensities associated with these events. The completed process provides descriptions of the development, movement, and decay of large-scale weather systems, which meteorologists then interpret to make the specific WeatherPlanner outlooks.

WeatherPlanner outlooks are NOT solely based on climatology which is only the historical averages for temperature and precipitation in a region. Climatology struggles to even be as good as flipping a coin and could never be the only variable used by WeatherPlanner to predict long-range weather. WeatherPlanner outlooks take advantage of all conventional forecasting techniques including data collection and standard meteorology as well as mathematical algorithms taught only at leading universities and used by the military.