EIA Weekly Report July 28th
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Thursday: Today’s EIA weekly storage report will be factoring warmer than normal conditions over the southern US, including TX and FL. Although, coo ...
Hot upper ridge to bring widespread heat next week, potentially near record breaking over portions of the Plains and Midwest.
Image of the Day Wednesday: A strong upper level ridge of high pressure will bring hot temperatuers to much of the country by the middle of next week, ...