LRC....Blizzard and more snow

We are just coming out of our first BLIZZARD of the year with only 1" of snow but we had 66mph wind gusts overnight producing near zero visibility and numerous accidents.   It's a good thing the old snow was crusted over.   Now let's focus on the LRC....what is it?  Does it work?   If you have followed my articles, you know what the LRC is and how it works.  For those of you that don't understand what the LRC is, I'm going to show you a prime example of how accurate it is.   The LRC is a cycling method of long range weather forecasting.   Every year is different too!!   Each fall around Oct. 6th, a NEW LRC cycle begins.  This cycle length is different each and every year.  This year the cycle length is approx. 50 days.  So when these big storms roll through the area, we can accurately forecast that (whatever the cycle length is) that similar pattern will be cycling back.   This year with the LRC cycle length set at approx 50 days,  We've noticed that the start of each cycle this season has been relatively dry but the end of each cycle has been wet.  We are now entering the end of cycle 3 so the next week to 10 days are expected to be stormy.  By using the LRC method, we can say that this similar pattern will cycle back around 2nd week in April. (50 days)  Will it be exact?   Not necessarily.....BUT.....using the LRC model and method of forecasting, we KNOW it will be SIMILAR.     This is just ONE example of how the LRC works. Mark you calendars.....2nd week in April for wet/snowy weather.    If you have any questions, please feel free to email me at   weatheratflagfamily [dot] com


Chief Meteorologist

Dean Wysocki


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