Image of the Day

 

Monday:  After a cool front swept across the eastern US this past weekedn to bring an inrese in nat gas demand, warm

Monday:  After a cool front swept across the eastern US this past weekend to bring a modest surge in nat gas demand, warm high pressure will temporarily build back over Tuesday and Wednesday to drop demand back below normal.  The image shows lows Tuesday Night with very mild conditions over the South and East for late February.  However, yet another weather system will track across the northern and eastern US out of the West Thursday-Saturday to bring another swing to stronger demand.  Thus, a more active and cooler pattern than recent weeks with weather systems sweeping across the country, although, apparently not cold enough overall with prices sharply lower to open the week.

 

US Natural Gas Weather Forecast

NatGasWeather.com provides daily weather forecasts focused on the nat gas industry, specifically how coming weather patterns will effect heating demand and potentially prices.  You will also receive hurricane, summer, and winter outlooks, as well as updates on El Nino/La Nina.

 

NatGasWeather.com offers daily weather forecasts with the focus on weather conditions that will drive nat gas and heating demand over the coming 2-3 weeks. It is typically 4 pages in length with selected images included and is followed with a Mid-Day update issued after fresh forecast data comes in. In addition, you will receive our exclusive Hurricane and Summer Outlooks as well as the Winter Outlook and Critical Weather Alerts for weather conditions that could cause big spikes in nat gas and electricity demand. The cost of the monthly subscription is $49 for individual investors, which is less than the price of a few ticks move in the futures markets. For companies wishing to subscribe, the price is $249 for up to 8 employees receiving all subscription benefits. If you are not satisfied at any time you can cancel without fee.

 

Your subscription includes:
  • Daily Weather Forecast
  • Mid-Day Pattern Update
  • Summer Outlooks
  • Hurricane Forecast
  • Winter Outlooks

Price:

  • $49   monthly per individual
  • $249   for up to 8 people (Company or Business)
  • $349+    for 10+ people (contact us for a price quote)

 

To Subscribe:

  • Email us at:  forecasts @ natgasweather.com
  • Call us – 1888-724-9915
  • Paypal using the link below for monthly billing  (you do not need a paypal account – preferred method
  • Sign up for a 6-month subscription through Authorize.net
  • Credit Card Transaction – Call or email and we will process for you, regardless of country.

Subscription Options



 



Latest News

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, No comments

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 ...

Friday: The recent and upcoming mild spell has taken its toll on nat gas demand. When looking it at from a heating degree day perspective, you will note this winter has played out again quite mild, much like last year. The image shows accumulated HDD's since Oct 1st. The top gray and blue lines are the 30-year average and also a cold winter (2013/14). The orange line is last winter, this year is the red line with the green extending off it as the forecast HDD's over the next week being added.  This year started much milder than normal, picked up momentum as several cold blasts arrived in December and early January where you see this year's red line separate from the orange line from last year. However, the recent and coming mild spell will drop it right back to being on par with last year's mild winter.

Accumulated Winter Season HDD’s Well Below Normal

February 6, 2017, No comments

The recent and upcoming mild spell has taken its toll on nat gas demand. When looking it at from a heating degree day perspective, you will note this ...

Of primary interest to the nat gas markets is the strong winter storm and cold blast expected to track across the US next week with the stoutest demand of the season so far. The images below highlight next weeks system with much colder than normal temperatures pushing into the West early next week, although quite mild to start over the East.  As the week progresses, the cold blast will push eastward and across the Midwest and Northeast rain and then snow showers.  With temperatures dropping well below freezing behind the cold front, nat gas demand will be strong as Heating Degree Demand increases.  This is highlighted in the last image as the HDD accumulation graph below shows HDD’s for this 2016/17 winter season will catch up to last year in about 2-weeks, although still remaining well below the 30-year average.

Strong Winter Storm & Cold Blast On Track Next Week

December 2, 2016, No comments

Image of the Day     Of primary interest to the nat gas markets is the strong winter storm and cold blast expected to track across the US ne ...

Friday:

Active Pattern Continues. Colder Winter Storm Next Week.

November 25, 2016, 1 Comment

Image of the Day   Friday:  Weather systems will impact the West and East Coasts this weekend with rain, snow, and slightly cooler than normal t ...

Wednesday

Nat Gas Weekly Storage Report On Tap Today

November 23, 2016, No comments

Image of the Day   Wednesday: Today’s weekly nat gas storage report is expected to bring a build in supplies around +4 to +6 Bcf by average mar ...