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WEATHER 2020 STANDS BY MASTERS TOURNAMENT FORECAST MADE 60 DAYS AGO: RAIN IN EARLY PRACTICE ROUNDS AND IDEAL CONDITIONS DURING TOURNAMENT

KANSAS CITY, Mo. (April 7, 2014) – Weather 2020, LLC meteorologists, led by CEO and Chief Meteorologist Gary Lezak, remain confident in the weather forecast issued in early February predicting rain early in the week in Augusta, Ga. It will dry out and warm up for the 78th edition of the Masters Tournament April 10-13.

As originally forecasted more than 60 days ago, Weather 2020 expects the early-week rain to move out with temperatures to warm into the 70s creating ideal weather for the tournament.

The forecast utilizes Lezak’s Recurring Cycle, the most advanced weather forecasting method available today. Lezak, a seasoned weather expert and current chief meteorologist at Kansas City’s 41 Action News, developed the weather forecasting tool for long-term planning against possible major weather events.

“With Weather 2020’s proven track record of accurately forecasting weather events, we are confident spectators and players at The Masters will only have to deal with rain early in the week” said Lezak, Weather 2020 founder.

LRC forecasts are available to businesses through custom Weather Forecast Alerts from Weather 2020 and to general consumers through the Weather 2020 iOS app.

About Weather 2020 (Weather2020.com)

Weather2020, LLC is providing weather intelligence to businesses and consumers. The Weather2020 app is the first and only mobile app that provides users weather projections beyond the typical seven-day forecast, allowing for weather tracking up to 12 weeks in advance across the continental U.S. and Hawaii. Weather 2020 is the creation of Gary Lezak, a seasoned meteorologist and creator of Lezak’s Recurring Cycle (LRC), a scientific method of forecasting weather and the basis of Weather 2020. Using the LRC, Lezak and his team prepare weather forecasts with an 84-day lead time. The team accurately predicted above average temperatures and no snow for Super Bowl XLVIII in early January, despite contradictory predictions from major traditional models. Weather 2020 is available for free in the Apple App Store and is compatible with iPhones and iPads running iOS 7. Weather 2020 users can also launch custom Weather Balloons to track weather for designated dates. Unlimited Weather Balloons can be launched for a small fee.

To learn more about Weather 2020 visit www.weather2020.com, “like” it on Facebook at facebook.com/weather2020 and follow on Twitter, Instagram and Pinterest at @Weather2020.