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NatGasWeather.com Releases Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence (ML/AI) Analytics Services!
 
Provides new predictions and trends generated from Machine Learning models trained daily on GFS and European weather model datasets.
 
NatGasWeather.com has just released a new ML/AI service to subscribers.  The new service provides daily predictions and trends generated from machine learning models trained daily on weather and energy data. Predictions are generated for both European and GFS weather model datasets, providing analytics and predictions for the three upcoming EIA weekly nat gas storage forecasts.
 
Computer scientists who specialize in Machine Learning/Artificial Intelligence at NatGasWeather.com are excited to provide this new service as our machine learning models have been in research and development the past 5 years with increasingly accurate results. The team felt it was time to roll-out the first release of our new analytics, with additional releases coming.
The new machine learning 6-page analytics report tracks 24-hour trends in the GFS and European model HDD/CDD’s and predicts their impacts on changes to EIA weekly build size.
 

Friday:   The next few weeks we are highlighting an image or two each day on how our new Machine Learning analytics data can be used to show how real-time weather model trends are impacting upcoming EIA weekly build sizes.  Today we focus on the EIA report for June 6.   In yesterdays’ data/report, both the GFS and European models again added demand through increased HDD/CDD totals for the June 6 EIA Weekly Storage Report (Week 2).  Machine Learning predicts the GFS model has decreased the build size by -24 Bcf over the past week.  Both the GFS and European models initially had predicted builds over 120-125+ Bcf but are now closer to 105-110 Bcf.

 

US Natural Gas Weather Forecast

NatGasWeather.com provides daily weather forecasts focused on the nat gas industry, specifically how coming weather patterns will effect heating demand and potentially prices.  You will also receive hurricane, summer, and winter outlooks, as well as updates on El Nino/La Nina.
NatGasWeather.com offers daily weather forecasts with the focus on weather conditions that will drive nat gas and heating demand over the coming 2-3 weeks. It is typically 4 pages in length with selected images included and is followed with a Mid-Day update issued after fresh forecast data comes in. In addition, you will receive our exclusive Hurricane and Summer Outlooks as well as the Winter Outlook and Critical Weather Alerts for weather conditions that could cause big spikes in nat gas and electricity demand. The cost of the monthly subscription is $49 for individual investors, which is less than the price of a few ticks move in the futures markets. For companies wishing to subscribe, the price is $249 for up to 8 employees receiving all subscription benefits. If you are not satisfied at any time you can cancel without fee. We also offer Live HDD/CDD weather model statistics as a separate service. For more information click here.

Your subscription includes:
  • Daily Weather Forecast
  • Mid-Day Pattern Update
  • Summer Outlooks
  • Hurricane Forecast
  • Winter Outlooks

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  • $49   monthly per individual
  • $249   for up to 8 people (Company or Business)
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Latest News

A Bit Hot Next Week SE US. Still Results In Larger vs Normal Build.

May 17, 2019, No comments

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Pattern Flip During Second Half of Week

May 13, 2019, No comments

  Monday, May 13: A weather system and associated cool front will sweep across the Ohio Valley and Northeast the next few days with areas of show ...

Cooler Trends Next Week Add’s HDD’s But w/Loss of CDD’s

May 7, 2019, No comments

Tuesday, May 7:  While national demand will increase Wed-Sun, more recent data has backed off slightly on it due to a little less coverage of lows of ...

Bouts of Cooling Across N. US, But Still Bearish

April 29, 2019, No comments

  Monday, April 29:   June’19 nat gas futures continued rallying Friday, closing up 3¢ at $2.58. Gains on the week were viewed being aide ...

Bearish US Pattern, Although Data Added A Little Demand Over the Weekend

April 22, 2019, No comments

Monday, April 22:  Minor cooler changes over the weekend, especially with a weather system across the northern US next week, but overall still an exc ...

Very Comfortable w/Light Demand to Open Week, But….

April 8, 2019, No comments

Monday, April 8:   The next couple days will be very comfortable for most of the US besides the far northern US, as the image shows.  With highs of ...