I would say 'no he can't'.
However, before I get ripped to pieces by pitchforks, I would first like to define by what is meant by 'seeing into the future'.
Ever since physicists have claimed that time is some sort of dimension then we've always claimed that God must have created it, because after all he create all the other dimensions. Plus, the idea that time is a dimension has also created a lot of wacky theories and some great science fiction stories. We've invented the concept of the time machine where adventurers travel into the past or into the future.We've seen this happen on Star Trek, Dr. Who and so on, but of course it's all down to man's imagination. You can't travel into the past because the past no longer exists.
I don't believe that time is a dimension. It doesn't exist as such. Well, it does exist but only as a concept. Time is just our way of remembering what has happened and postulating what might happen next. Time is not a book that has already been written that can be read. The future has not been created, but God may have already written the script for it. The future does not exist yet and never will exist because as soon as it becomes real, it is no longer the future but becomes the present.
God does not see into the future, he makes the future happen. There is no future to see into.
We tend to think of God as living outside of time but that's man-made thinking based on the heresies taught to us by scientists that time is some sort of physical reality that we travel through in one direction.
God does not live outside time because there is no physical time. God didn't create time, in the same way that he didn't create anything else that doesn't really exist.