Any weather or climate forecast is a statistically-based guess. Anything beyond about three days: a month, three months, a year, in 2030, or in 2100 is a shot in the dark. The longer-term the forecast, the increasingly less accurate it will be. Call it weather or climate, the calculations and issues are all the same.
Just as problematic, (1) The parameters used in any computer modeling can be set up to predict any outcome desired (i.e., due to personal bias or that of the agency financing the forecast), and (2) seemingly-insignificant
changes to any model's parameters can result in a radically
-different forecast. Computer forecast models of the weather, like those of the stock-market, have no validity; they are only accurate to the degree that the future is just like the past, which is never true.
See these various issues
affecting the accuracy of weather forecasting.
See the proof for yourself:
Save screen shots for the weather seven days out. Compare the saved forecasts to the actual weather.
Click on a chart to see the full website.
All charts are forecasts, as of the date and time on each chart.
During update periods charts may appear out of order. Be careful to note chart date and time.