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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.

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

Price:

  • $49   monthly per individual
  • $249   for up to 8 people (Company or Business)
  • $349+    for 10+ people (contact us for a price quote)

To Subscribe:

  • Email us at:  helpdesk @ natgasweather.com
  • Call us – 1888-724-9915
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Latest News

Strong Polar Blasts Still on Track

January 16, 2019, No comments

Wednesday, January 16: The overnight weather data was mixed with the GFS model a little milder trending, although countered by the European model tren ...

Frigid Cold Shot Into US This Coming Weekend

January 14, 2019, No comments

Monday, January 14:   As was mentioned in our reports Friday, the risk going into the weekend was toward colder trends and the weather models did jus ...

Will Frigid Air Finally Advance Into US Jan 20-25?

January 9, 2019, No comments

Wednesday, January 9th: What’s likely most important to the nat gas markets weather wise, is when sustained cold will return to the northern and eas ...

Cold Shots to Increase Late Week Demand, But….

January 8, 2019, No comments

Tuesday, January 8: After very light demand to start the week, stronger demand will close the week as a decent cold shot sweeps across the Great Lakes ...

Strong Central US Storm, But Still Light National Demand Wed-Sat

December 26, 2018, No comments

Wednesday, December 26th:  Lighter than normal national demand will continue the next several days, even with a strong weather system moving out of t ...

Christmas Eve/Christmas Day Weather Set Up

December 19, 2018, No comments

Wednesday, December 19: A quick cool shot is expected across the Midwest to Northeast but with little moisture so only scattered rain and snow showers ...