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Monday:  The big news story is clearly the attack at the Saudi Oil facility that sent oil and energy markets spiking higher after the weekend.   Regarding US weather, it remains hot over Texas, the Plains, and South with highs of upper 80s to mid-90s for strong late season demand. It will also be warmer than normal across the Midwest to Northeast through next weekend, although this late in the season means very comfortable conditions with highs of 70s to lower 80s for light temperature driven demand.  There will be more fall-like weather system into the Northwest and N. Rockies this week with lows of 30s and 40s for light overnight heating needs but still too early for widespread frost.  The pattern the last ten days of September is still favored to be warmer than normal over much of the country, although this late in the season means light demand besides the extreme southern US.  Simply put, while the weather data added a few CDD’s back over the weekend after losing a hefty amount late last week, the coming pattern continues to look quite bearish.  Image shows temperatures vs normal averaged over the next 7-days, highlighting a warm US pattern besides portions of the West.  

 

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