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Sunday/Monday: The open after the weekend break could be telling. The tropical system tracking into the eastern Gulf of Mexico still is very weak per satellite imagery and would need to strengthen soon to be a real threat. However, as we were expecting the weather data over the weekend held onto warmer than normal weather patterns over the weekend east of the Rockies. Are the nat gas markets focused on warm weather patterns and lean weekly storage builds, or were they pricing in some sort of hurricane threat at the end of last week, even though the storm looked terribly weak and unimpressive.

Sunday/Monday: The open after the weekend break could be telling. The tropical system tracking into the eastern Gulf of Mexico still is very weak and would need to strengthen soon to be considered a real threat. However, as we were expecting, the weather data over the weekend held onto warmer than normal weather patterns over the weekend east of the Rockies in the 8-15 Day Outlook. Are the nat gas markets focused on warm weather patterns and lean weekly storage builds? Or were they pricing in some sort of hurricane risk last week, even though the storm looked weak and unimpressive?

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