April 26-May 2:: The west-central US will remain cool and showery into next week with highs of 40s and 50s, 5-15°F below normal. Warm high pressure over the southern and east-central US is expected to expand to also include the East Coast through the rest of the week in the wake of a departing system. Temperatures under this ridge will reach the 70s and 80s over the southern Great Lakes, Mid-Atlantic and Northeast, with 80s to 90s over the Southwest, Texas and the Southeast for modest early season demand for cooling. Overall, nat gas demand will be MODERATE into next week.
April 27 EIA Report vs Normal
EIA Nat Gas Report: April 20
Nat Gas In Underground Storage
April 20: Today's EIA nat gas storage report showed a build on supplies of +54 Bcf vs the 5-year average of +35 Bcf. We were near exact for the second week in a row with our +53 Bcf call. This puts total supplies at 2,115 Bcf, which is +282 larger than the 5-year average, and -368 Bcf less then this time last year. Next week should bring a larger build in supplies due to mostly mild conditions dominating much of the country this week, once again near or slightly larger than the 5-year average.
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