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Weather Forecasting Breakthrough
by KIM GREENHOUSE on FEBRUARY 13, 2011
in ENVIRONMENT,SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY
Weather forecasting is usually short-term, involving predictions within 2 weeks into the future. Beyond that, the established meteorology paradigm is too inaccurate to be useful. It is now becoming apparent that planets have a causal influence on our weather, but have never been built into weather forecasting.
Teacher and meteorologist Jim Witt (known as The Weather Wiz) figured out a series of remarkable new discoveries that allow him to make long range weather forecasts in any given area 15 months – or, if necessary, 15 years – in advance by factoring in the harmonics of the sun, moon, and planets. His long range weather forecasting paradigm should be of interest to those seeking accurate weather information in the Northeast part of the USA.
Jim Witt is a successful educator (he has taught NASA staff about space weather and has been a beloved teacher for many years) and a humanitarian. A big fundraiser for children all over the USA who suffer from terminal diseases, he created the weather wiz calendar to raise money for children’s charities. Join us as we discuss his new weather forecasting paradigm and his philanthropic pursuits.
This segment of It’s Rainmaking Time!™ is dedicated to Jim’s late son, Thomas James Witt.