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Monday:   Minor cooler changes over the weekend, especially with a weather system across the northern US this weekend into early next week, but overall still an exceptionally comfortable US pattern through early May with highs of upper 60s to 80s ruling most days.  No change bigger picture with bearish weather headwinds expected to continue into the foreseeable future. With that said, the markets could want a few cents back since the weekend data did add a few HDD’s compared to last week, especially for this coming weekend.  Of course, weekend production trends will also impact early week trade where it will be of interest to see if $2.48 on May’19 futures hold as support, or if bears can continue to grind prices lower.   Image shows a quick cool shot across the northern US this weekend into next week.


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