NatGasWeather

  • Weather Data Trends Colder Again
    November 5, 2019, 1 Comment

    Tuesday, November 5: The overnight GFS was further colder with a frigid blast next week and prices rocketed another 7-8¢ higher over the past few hours. The European model was warmer for this weekend to lose a few HDD’s but more than mad ...

  • Colder Trends Continue
    October 29, 2019, No comments

    Tuesday, October 29: Dec’19 nat gas futures closed 9¢ higher Monday, with Nov’19 up a greater amount ahead of expiration at today’s close. All overnight weather models trended further colder, led by the GFS that added more than 1 ...

  • Cool Shots N. US Through Next Week, Then Milder
    October 10, 2019, No comments

    Thursday, October 10:   All overnight weather models lost a little demand for the coming 15-day forecast, including the European model. There remain considerable differences between the GFS and European models where the GFS is 18 HDD’ ...

  • Hotter Trends for Late September
    September 20, 2019, No comments

    Friday, September 20: The overnight European model trended hotter, adding a hefty 8-9 CDD’s for it’s 15-day forecast compared to Thursday’s data. The GFS wasn’t as hot overnight but also caught on to the hotter trend this morning. M ...

  • Very Warm US Pattern Continues Through End of September
    September 17, 2019, No comments

    Tuesday, September 17: Yesterday’s mid-day data added a few additional CDD’s, although the overnight gave several CDD’s back. No changes overall as a rather bearish pattern is forecast much of the next 15-days with most of the tempera ...

  • Late Summer Heat Continues Into Mid-September
    September 9, 2019, No comments

    Monday, September 9: We’ve been mentioning the theme the past several weeks has been for demand in the 11-15 day forecast to be added once they rolled to the front 10 days This again occurred over the weekend break where both the GFS [&he ...

  • Dorian to Hit SE US Coast, But Only Minor Impacts
    September 4, 2019, No comments

    Wednesday, September 4:   Hurricane Dorian continues track just off the Florida Coast, although with the most dangerous eyewall remaining offshore.  However, the storm will push into South and North Carolina tonight and Thursday with the ...