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Thursday: Today’s EIA weekly storage report is expected to bring a build in supplies +72-73 Bcf by most survey averages, slightly larger than the 5-year average of +57 Bcf. It was warmer than normal over most of the country, impressively so over the east-central US. Cool exceptions occurred over the Northwest and N. Plains. Our algorithm predicts a build of +72-73 Bcf, in line with market expectations, although it’s a trickier than normal build due to Good Friday/Easter Holiday, lighter WoW Mexico exports, strong nuke and pipeline maintenance, as well as strong LNG exports.

Thursday:  Today’s EIA weekly storage report is expected to bring a build in supplies +72-73 Bcf by most survey averages, slightly larger than the 5-year average of +57 Bcf. It was warmer than normal over most of the country, impressively so over the east-central US. Cool exceptions occurred over the Northwest and N. Plains. Our algorithm predicts a build of +72-73 Bcf, although it’s a trickier than normal build due to Good Friday/Easter Holiday, lighter WoW Mexico exports, strong nuke and pipeline maintenance, as well as strong LNG exports.

 

 

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Monday: We went into the weekend break expecting slightly stronger than normal demand to open the week as several weather systems sweep across the country, which has been maintained with little changes.  This will still be followed Wed-Sun by warm high pressure gaining ground over the southern and eastern US to produce widespread highs of 70s to lower 90s, including near 80°F into major Northeast cities such as Washington D.C. and NYC.  This period overall has trended a touch hotter to add a couple CDD’s.   At the same time, a trough of low pressure is still expected to set up over the west-central US this week into next with areas of rain and high elevation snow, which will result in slightly cooler than normal conditions and light late season demand for heating.

Warming East This Week

April 24, 2017, 5 Comments

Image of the Day Monday:  Weather systems will impact the NW & NE US today and Tuesday with showers and cooling. This will still be followed Wed- ...

Friday:  After the current cold outbreak plys out this weekend, a strong winter storm will develop over the East Tue-Wed of next week with heavy rain, snow, and gusty winds.  This will keep strong nat gas demand ongoing through much of next week.

Cold N US This Weekend, Strong Winter Storm Next Week

March 10, 2017, No comments

Friday: After the current cold outbreak plays out this weekend, a strong winter storm will develop over the East Tue-Wed of next week with heavy rain, ...

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Cold Shot Over Northeast

March 3, 2017, 1 Comment

Friday, March 3: A strong cold blast will finally impact the northeastern US today and Saturday, while tapping a rather impressive shot of Canadian ai ...

Wednesday:

Nat Gas Prices Bounce After Testing Support

March 1, 2017, No comments

Wednesday, March 1st:  April ’17 nat gas futures were several cents lower in early Tuesday trade, but spiked sharply higher through mid-day to ...

Monday:  Highs for today and Tuesday look more like spring than winter with highs of 60s to 70s widespread, including into southern Great Lakes. Only slighty cool regions are the stormy West and New England.  An awful temperature map for nat gas demand.  However, colder systems will arrive late this week through the coming weekend.

Near Record Warmth Early This Week

February 20, 2017, 1 Comment

Monday, Feb 20th:  Highs for today and Tuesday look more like spring than winter with highs of 60s to 70s widespread, including into the southern Gre ...

Wednesday:  a fresh weather system and associated cold blast will sweep across the Great Lakes and East today, the third weather system to track across these regions over the past week.  But with the rest of the country failing to participate and mild overall, national nat gas demand has remained below normal throughout.  While the East temporarily cools for a couple days, unseasonably strong high pressure will gain ground over the central and southern US with highs of 60s and 70s becoming widespread.  This impressive upper ridge is expected to expand into the northern and eastern US this weekend through early next week with many regions becoming 15-30°F warmer than normal in a very bearish set up.  Colder weather systems are then expected to track across the country from west to east February 24-28th, which could be interpreted as trending slightly colder in the overnight data.

Cool Shot Northeast, But Mild Rest of US

February 15, 2017, No comments

Wednesday:  A fresh weather system and associated cold blast will sweep across the Great Lakes and East today and Thursday, the third weather system ...