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Wednesday:  A strong cold shot will sweep across the Midwest today with highs of 0s to 30s, then across the Ohio Valley Northeast Thursday for a surge to strong national demand. Texas will be cooler the next few days as well with highs of 40s to 60s, while the West will see a mix of mild and cool systems.  However, the overnight weather data did give back several HDD’s for the coming 15-day forecast in both the GFS and European models.  So if they lose any more demand midday, the nat gas markets could notice.  Prices are a few cents lower so far this morning, maybe seeing the overnight data give back a little demand, even though the data still is rather chilly Feb 27-March 2.

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Latest News

Weather Data Adds Demand Back vs Start of the Week

February 12, 2020, 1 Comment

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February 10, 2020, No comments

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Another Week, Another Milder Trend

January 29, 2020, No comments

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Big Milder Trends Thursday & Overnight

January 17, 2020, No comments

Friday, January 17:   Feb’20 nat gas futures were 3¢ higher after the EIA reported a larger than normal draw on supplies in its EIA weekly sto ...

Colder Pattern Coming to Finally End 3-Weeks of Bearish Weather

January 14, 2020, No comments

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Finally, Stronger Cold Shot Midwest & Northeast Today. Then Back to Mild Until Jan 16.

January 8, 2020, No comments

Wednesday, January 8: Prices have traded both sides of $2.15-16 the past several days, so we look to see which side of it prices trade today. The weat ...