All posts by Natural Gas Weather

September 8, 2020, No comments

Tuesday, September 8:   Going into the weekend, we mentioned the weather data likely had gotten too bearish for the Sept 11-18th period as both the GFS and European models were forecasting below normal TDD’s.  As expected, the weekend weather data did add some […]

Lighter Demand Early This Week

August 31, 2020, 1 Comment

Monday, August 31:    Hurricane Laura wreaked havoc on the Gulf of Mexico and Louisiana last week, causing a 2-3 Bcf/day drop in nat gas production ...

Hurricane Laura Dropping Production But Also LNG Feedgas

August 26, 2020, No comments

Wednesday, August 26:  Volatile trade is expected the next few days as the nat gas markets evaluate impacts from Hurricane Laura as it makes landfall ...

GFS – 16-Day Temperatures vs Normal

August 25, 2020, No comments

GFS Operational Weather images update in real-time. Hit refresh for latest image. Click to advance to bottom of page for latest image. Click to Skip t ...

  • Cooler Trends Continue For This Weekend & Next Week
    July 29, 2020, No comments

    Wednesday, July 29:  Aug’20 nat gas futures rallied 7¢ Tuesday, making up Monday’s losses.  Gains were not viewed as being due to hotter trends since Tuesday’s weather data held notably cooler trends for this weekend and next w ...

  • Above Normal July Temperatures Failing To Find Buyers
    July 15, 2020, No comments

    Wednesday, July 15:   Aug’20 nat gas futures closed 1¢ higher Tuesday at $1.75.  The overnight GFS model was little changed, losing 1-2 CDDs.  The European model lost 3 CDD’s but was still quite hot and again hotter versus the ...

  • Strong July Heat Remains In Forecast
    July 7, 2020, No comments

    Tuesday, July 7:   Aug’20 nat gas futures rocketed higher Monday by 9¢, aided by hot US weather patterns holding through mid-July.  There were several major announcements over the weekend that could have also influenced yesterday ...

  • Hot Weather Pattern 1st Half of July
    July 1, 2020, 2 Comments

    Wednesday, July 1:  The overnight weather data was little changed with a very warm to hot US pattern holding for the next 15-days, just with the European model remaining hotter/more bullish compared to the GFS by more than 10 CDD’s.  V ...