Warming East This Week

Written by on April 24, 2017 in NatGasWeather - 8 Comments
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Monday:  Weather systems will impact the NW & NE US today and Tuesday with showers and cooling. 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.  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 cool conditions and light late season demand for heating.  Image shows highs Tuesday with light heating demand across the W-C & NE US and light cooling demand over the southern US to combine for MODERATE overall.

 

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.

 

 

 

8 Comments on "Warming East This Week"

  1. samss richerr May 5, 2017 at 11:28 am · Reply

    No Demand for Power Burns . . . In addition, the North Atlantic Oscillation (NAO) is expected to go negative into next week – the most negative it’s been so far in 2017.. . The NAO is an index based on the surface sea-level pressure difference between a subtropical high – a large, semi-permanent area of high pressure typically found south of the Azores in the Atlantic Ocean – and the subpolar (Icelandic) low – a large, semi-permanent area of low pressure located between Iceland and southern Greenland in the Atlantic.. . When the NAO is in its negative phase, there is high pressure in the upper atmosphere near Greenland. This causes the jet stream over North America to plunge southward across the eastern half of the United States, resulting in a period of cooler-than-average temperatures. . . . . . . NatGas Tanks

  2. samss richerr May 3, 2017 at 8:40 am · Reply

    your present fore cat is wrong we ARE NOT IN THE MINUS GET YOUR FACTS CORRECT

  3. samss richerr May 2, 2017 at 9:45 am · Reply

    this site cant get there weather correct probably owned by goldman

  4. samss richerr April 28, 2017 at 7:36 am · Reply

    There will be no West Demand for Nat Gas.. The Greatest Hydro Event in Recent History is occurring, With Solar about to Ramp so much energy to the Grid a lot will be unused. The snowmelt hasn’t”t even kicked in.. . . Wake up. . . . Unprecedented Event is here and NatGas will pay dearl

  5. samss richerr April 28, 2017 at 6:55 am · Reply

    2017 US summer forecast: Early storms to hold back heat in Northeast; Wildfires to rage in California

    http://www.accuweather.com/en/weather-news/2017-us-summer-forecast-early-storms-to-hold-back-heat-in-northeast-wildfires-to-rage-in-california/ SYMMER IS DEAD NG TANKS

  6. samss richerr April 26, 2017 at 9:11 am · Reply

    LNG glut so many countries flooding the market and usa builds more ports they will fold and go broke

  7. samss richerr April 24, 2017 at 11:11 am · Reply

    Thursday is another bear day as per celsius

  8. samss richerr April 24, 2017 at 11:10 am · Reply

    this garbage going to tank 2.5 mild summer GOM is dead hydro nukes coal wind the choice LNG worl is beinf flooded with it LNG will be 3 bucks also lmaoo

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