All posts by Natural Gas Weather

July 19, 2021, No comments

July 19, 2021:  The weekend weather data held cooler trends for this week as national demand eases to seasonal levels as a barrage of weather systems impact the southern US and from the Great Lakes to the Northeast.  However, both the GFS and […]

Cool Pattern to End, Then Bearish Weather Until Heat Builds

May 11, 2021, No comments

May 11, 2021:   June’21 nat gas prices closed 3¢ lower Monday at $2.93, aided by the weekend weather data maintaining a light demand pattern for ...

Cooler Pattern Arrives This Week to Break Warm Spell

April 12, 2021, No comments

Monday, April 12: Much of the US will be nice today with widespread highs of 60s to 80s besides locally hotter 90s Southwest and 40s to 50s across the ...

Warm This Week, Cooler Next Week

March 8, 2021, No comments

Monday, March 8:  No major changes to the timing of swings in national demand the next 2-weeks with an unseasonably warm upper ridge setting up acros ...

  • Lightest Demand Since Last Fall Coming Next Week
    March 4, 2021, No comments

    Thursday, March 4:   No major changes over the past 24-hours, just with inconsistent trends.  The timing of swing in national demand held with moderate national demand through Sunday due to a chilly cold shot sweeping across the Great La ...

  • Weather Again Disappoints
    December 28, 2020, No comments

    Monday,  December 28:  Jan’21 nat gas futures sold off sharply Thursday ahead of the long Christmas Holiday weekend to close 9¢ lower at $2.52.  Selling accelerated just ahead of the early Thursday close as the midday GFS model trende ...

  • Cold ECMWF vs Milder GFS
    December 22, 2020, No comments

    Tuesday, December 22:  Jan’21 an’21 nat gas futures closed slightly higher Monday in choppy trade.  The weather data yesterday had the GFS trending warmer and the European model (EC) trending colder, putting a hefty 25 HDD’s differe ...

  • Still Waiting for Winter
    December 10, 2020, No comments

    Thursday,  December 10:  Cool conditions linger across New England with highs of 30s and 40s.  However, most of the rest of the US will be warmer than normal with highs of 40s to 70s for light national demand.  Weather systems into the ...