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Tuesday:  Nat gas prices seemingly rallied overnight when the GFS model trended further colder to add nearly 15 HDD’s, especially Feb 27-March 5.  However, the European model didn’t agree and trended a little warmer to lose 10 HDD’s, especially Feb 28-March 5 as cold air was a little slower returning across the East.  Prices eased a few cents as soon as the milder trending European model was released. Overall, both models remain solidly colder than normal the next couple of days, slightly bearish late this week into early next week, and then again solidly colder than normal Feb 28-March 5th as subfreezing conditions return to cover much of the northern 2/3rd of the US.  The mid-day and afternoon weather data will be watched closely to see if the GFS trends milder or the European model flips back colder.


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Wx Data Cold Next Few Days, Milder Late This Week, But Cold Returns Feb 28-Mar 5

February 19, 2019, No comments

Tuesday, February 19th:  Nat gas prices seemingly rallied overnight when the GFS model trended further colder to add nearly 15 HDD’s, especially Fe ...

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February 15, 2019, No comments

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Cold Next Week, But Prices Lower As Pattern After Trends Milder

February 13, 2019, No comments

  Wednesday, February 13:   Front month futures contracts gained yesterday as the mid-day GFS trended colder, then sold off after hours once the ...

This Week Not Quite Cold Enough, But After…

February 11, 2019, No comments

Monday, February 11:  Going into the weekend break, we thought the data favored milder trends for this week, but with colder risks after. The weather ...

Ahead of Weekend Break, Pattern Cold Enough Early & Late, But Not in Middle

February 8, 2019, No comments

Friday, February 8:   The overnight weather data maintained a frigid pattern for the next several days as a strong cold blast sweeps across the count ...

Big Warm Up Underway!

February 1, 2019, No comments

Friday, February 1:  The current record setting Arctic blast will rapidly lose its grip today and Saturday across the Midwest, Ohio Valley, and North ...