Polar Blast Still On Track

Written by on January 7, 2016 in NatGasWeather - No comments
The first slug of very cold temperatures will push into the central US Saturday, gradually spreading east Sunday into Monday. Temperature anomalies Saturday will be well below normal behind the cold front while very mild behind it.

The first slug of very cold temperatures will push into the central US Saturday, gradually spreading east Sunday into Monday. Temperature anomalies Saturday will be well below normal behind the cold front while very mild ahead of it over the East.

 

There's likely to be a reinforcing slug of frigid cold Tuesday, which would bring temperatures well below 0F into the Midwest if it holds. Although, what is most important to the nat gas markets is can it continue to justify higher prices?

There’s likely to be a reinforcing slug of frigid cold Tuesday, which would bring temperatures well below 0F into the Midwest if it holds.   Although, what’s most important to the nat gas markets is can it continue after next week?  The answer is coming better into focus.  Image shows heat signature off the surface Tuesday.

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