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October 17, 2018, No comments

Wednesday, October 17: End of October pattern from the GFS model. European model pretty close to the same. Markets could view it as a little colder trending and why prices are up this morning.

Overnight Wx Models A Little Milder

October 16, 2018, No comments

Tuesday, October 16: All overnight weather models lost some demand around Oct 25-27 by better locking on to a break between weather systems/cold shots ...

Overnight Colder Trends for Oct 20-25 Across East

October 8, 2018, No comments

Monday, October 8th:  Morning Update:  Nov’18 HH futures are solidly higher this morning by 8 cents.   Prices opened several cents higher aft ...

Our EIA Storage Report Forecas Runs Correct Streak to 7-Weeks

October 5, 2018, No comments

With our forecast in the 90s Bcf for yesterday’s EIA weekly storage report, we run our consecutive number of week’s being to the correct s ...

  • Cool Shot Midwest This Weekend, Warm US Next Week
    September 28, 2018, No comments

    Friday, September 28: The east-central US continues to experience showers along a weak cool front but with only minor cooling.  A colder system will continue sweeping across the northern Plains and Midwest the next few days for a minor inc ...

  • Stronger Cool Shots After Oct 5th?
    September 25, 2018, No comments

    Image of the Day Tuesday:  There’s increasing potential for stronger cool blasts arriving across the northern US October 5-9, which most overnight datasets were more convincing with besides the European model, which still has cooling int ...

  • Wx Models Show More Demand In Overnight Data
    September 18, 2018, No comments

    Image of the Day Tuesday, Sept 18:   The GFS model has shown a jump in CDD/HDD daily forecast totals. The GFS sees the pattern hotter for the end of next week, especially over the southeastern US. The GFS then sees stronger cool […]

  • Last Week of Summer to Play Out Very Warm
    September 17, 2018, No comments

    Image of the Day Tropical remnants of Florence will bring rain across the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast in the coming days as it ejects out of the Southeast.  In its wake, very warm high pressure will set up over much of the country this [&he ...