It was the winter of 1987-1988 that Gary Lezak narrowed in on something that he was seeing in weather patterns. That winter, in Oklahoma City of all places, there were many impacting winter storm systems. There was a one foot snowstorm in Oklahoma City in December, and then there was a second one foot snowstorm in late January. It was this second storm that Gary noticed looked way too similar to the first storm to not be related. To have two over one foot snowstorms in the same spot, in a location that only averages around 8” of snow per winter says a lot. For this to happen, it just had to mean they were related. And, this was the beginning of close to 30 years of analysis and Gary came up with his theory that was named by the popular weather blogs at KSHB-TV and Weather2020 as the Lezak Recurring Cycle, or LRC.

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Here Comes The Rain!

Good morning Weather2020 bloggers,

We are expecting between 1 and 2 inches of rain near Kansas City from this system.. The last date with one inch of rain fell on September 13th, 196 days ago. This streak likely will come to an end.  Remember what will […]

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Super Bowl XLVII

Event Date: February 2, 2014
Forecast issued: January 6, 2014

When the NFL announced the first outdoor cold-weather climate Super Bowl, forecasters and news outlets reported that Super Bowl XLVII would be snowed out. At the same time, Weather2020 maintained the February 2 game would see temperatures in the 50s and no snow. The game never saw a flake of snow!

Major Storm in the South

Event date: January 27, 2014
Forecast issued: December 12, 2013

A major winter storm blew through the southern United States in late January, bringing major activity in the South to a sudden halt. Weather2020 issued a weather alert more than 6 weeks prior to the storm, calling for a major winter storm and arctic blast.

Masters Tournament

Event date: April 7-13, 2014
Forecast issued: February 10, 2014

More than 50 days prior to the tournament, Weather2020 predicted the Augusta, Ga. area would see rain in the early parts of the weekday practice rounds with nice weather moving in by the weekend tournament. Storms closed the tournament for the first time in 11 years on Monday but the rest of the tournament took place without weather problems.


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