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I use a combination of: is my favorite.

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Ed White (not verified)
Another site--National Weather Service

"I recently discovered the National Weather Service's site. I haven't used it much yet, but it's the official site. It also provides a long-range forecast going out several months saying whether precipitation and temperatures are expected to be above/below/at normal. (For July, August, & September, both are supposed to be normal for the upper east coast.)

Link to National Weather Service"

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Anthony Poole (not verified)
About as useful as astrology

I think long-term weather forecasting, ie more than a month ahead, falls into the same category of informative bollocks as astrology.

All of the long-term weather forecasts in the last couple of months of last year failed to predict the cold winter the US Midwest and Northeast endured, so I wouldn't rely too much on any predictions for July, August and September.

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Evan Marks (not verified)
Weather overload

Wettest June on record and the month isn't even over yet.

The weather gods must be seriously pissed - time for a bike sacrifice to appease them, maybe?

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