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Hi there, I have been a meteorologist and commodity analyst for 35 years. I am really excited about offering meteorologists FREE access to my software and how you use teleconnections to forecast better. There is a site on the internet at NOAA that allows forecasters to do analog studies, etc. but here is a great product that allows you to receive 1) Historical snowfall and hurricane maps going back 70 years; 2) Looking at the relationship of any of 28 global teleconnections (From the MJO to the AO/NAO index and many more) to predict rainfall, temps, etc. months in advance. You can check this out and get all sorts of historical data at CLIMATE PREDICT Whether your want to know how the Indian Dipole might change and affect crops in Southeast Asia, or which analogs will best help you forecast summer weather for natural gas regions, severe weather or hurricanes, check it out. I would be happy to answer any questions you may have about teleconnections. Regards, Jim Roemer www.bestweatherinc.com