All posts by Natural Gas Weather

June 18, 2019, No comments

Tuesday, June 18: Large differences continue between the GFS and European model, which were further exacerbated in the overnight data as the GFS trended further hotter, while the European model was little changed compared to Monday afternoon but was 4 TDD’s cooler compared […]

Waiting On Summer Heat

June 10, 2019, No comments

Monday, June 10:   The weekend weather data maintained a rather unimpressive pattern through mid-June, but some of the models continues to tease hott ...

Waiting On Hotter June Weather Patterns

June 3, 2019, No comments

Monday, June 3: Going into the weekend, weather patterns weren’t hot enough to impress, and they still aren’t as the weekend weather data failed t ...

A Bit Hot Next Week SE US. Still Results In Larger vs Normal Build.

May 17, 2019, No comments

Friday:  Hot temperatures continue to gain from Texas to the Mid-Atlantic Coast where highs of 80s to lower 90s will rule into next week. However, it ...

  • Pattern Flip During Second Half of Week
    May 13, 2019, No comments

      Monday, May 13: A weather system and associated cool front will sweep across the Ohio Valley and Northeast the next few days with areas of showers but with highs of only upper 40s and 50s.  However, cooling recently pushed into Texa ...

  • Bouts of Cooling Across N. US, But Still Bearish
    April 29, 2019, No comments

      Monday, April 29:   June’19 nat gas futures continued rallying Friday, closing up 3¢ at $2.58. Gains on the week were viewed being aided by cooler trends across the northern US this week through next weekend.   To our view, ...

  • Very Comfortable w/Light Demand to Open Week, But….
    April 8, 2019, No comments

    Monday, April 8:   The next couple days will be very comfortable for most of the US besides the far northern US, as the image shows.  With highs of 70s and 80s, including 70s to Chicago, national demand will be much lighter than [… ...