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Monday:   The Midwest, Mid-Atlantic, and Northeast will warm above normal the next several days with highs of 60s to 70s from Chicago to NYC.  The southern US will be quite warm for early spring with very nice highs of 70s and 80s, aiding very light national demand.  Cooler exceptions can be found across the West as a weather system with rain and snow slams into California.  However, a significant pattern change is expected to begin Thursday as a weather system over S. Canada pushes across the border and sweeps across the Plains and Midwest with lows of 10s to 30s, then across the Northeast Fri-Sat for a surge in national demand.  After a brief break, a stronger cold shot is forecast to push into the central and northern US April 12-16 with widespread below normal temperatures and where further colder trends occurred over the weekend break.  Prices are higher early Monday, likely aided by cooler weekend trends, but likely for other reasons as well. 

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