Not sure what you mean by Long Term, but I always check a few. Buoyweather, Weather.com, Fishweather, and Noaa. For bass fishing, I think weather.com and fishweather are best. Run it for the nearest town to where you are fishing and the precip and wind forecast usually spells out the conditions. Noaa will let you know if you should expect a swell or some other random condition not shown on weather.com. Beyond 20 miles, I like checking all 4. Buoyweather gives you the most detail such as swell direction and time apart. If you learn how to use buoyweather, you will see that you can tell if you may have fog (air temp falls below the dew point) and see what the air temp will be if doing an overnight. I few friends will also send me Wilkins, but I haven't signed up for that yet.
None of them are perfect, so always include a margin for error.
i have long term it looking to be very mild month ahead there could be a
artic blast along with snow then a Big warm up and march looks to be
mild maybe possible 85↑ temps the jet stream has full control of weather
your striper season will get early start