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Mississippi River Flood Was Expected: Says A Leading Climate Cycle Expert

May 17, 2011

Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO), a leading climate cycle forecast company, accurately forecast this year’s historical Mississippi River flood, and predicts the next great Mississippi River flood to be in the year 2035, but added that climate cycles often occur in tandem and the area should be on alert for another possible flood in 2015.

Chief climate forecaster and CEO David Dilley in Ocala Florida, says GWO’s proprietary climate forecasting model tracked multiple climate cycles which are related to the great floods of 1927, 1951, 1973 and 1993, and then accurately predicted for this year’s great flood. GWO is a unique company which has identified the Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) that relates well to climate fluctuations, and uses the PFM to determine natural cycles.

Ocala, FL (PRWEB) May 15, 2011

Global Weather Oscillations Inc. (GWO), a leading climate cycle forecast company, accurately forecast this year’s historical Mississippi River flood. For several years, GWO has been informing their clients that the next great Mississippi River Flood is coming soon. Chief climate forecaster and CEO David Dilley’s proprietary model predicts the next great Mississippi River flood to be in the year 2035, but added that climate cycles often occur in tandem and the area should be on alert for another possible flood in 2015.

GWO’s prediction model is based on climate cycles. These cycles are built around a Primary Forcing Mechanism (PFM) for climate changes identified by Dilley. GWO also uses the PFM to predict hurricane landfalls up to 4 years in the future because the PFM cycles are unique for each coastal zone and are related to the average position of the Bermuda High pressure center from one year to the next.

Dilley’s PFM based Model tracked multiple climate cycles which are related to the great floods of 1927, 1951, 1973 and 1993, and then accurately predicted this year’s great flood. GWO is currently the only company accurately forecasting hurricane and tropical storm landfalls 4 years into the future for 11 coastal zones from Texas to New England.

GWO is in its sixth year of issuing landfall forecasts for hurricanes and tropical storms. For the upcoming hurricane season beginning June 1, Mr. Dilley says the tropical Atlantic Ocean is a little warmer than normal and last year’s strong Pacific La Niña is now in neutral status. That normally translates to an active tropical season for the Atlantic Basin. GWO’s PFM climate cycles do indicate an active season with conditions more conducive for storms tracking into the Gulf and western Atlantic. Specific zone forecasts for this year were issued to GWO’s clients in September and December of 2010.

David Dilley is a meteorologist, climate researcher and forecaster with Global Weather Oscillations Inc. in Ocala Florida. GWO also prepares predictions for the EL Niño, regional major earthquakes such as in California, Climate Change Global Warming cycles, and historical climate events. Additional information is available on GWO’s Climate Cycle web site http://www.globalweathercycles.com.

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