Warm Mid-October Pattern Continues

Written by on October 11, 2017 in NatGasWeather - No comments

Wednesday, October 11th:   Temperatures across the US the next 7-dys will be warmer than normal over the eastern half of the country, while just slightly warm over the central and southern US.  There will still be weather systems bringing showers, such as the one tracking across the Ohio Valley, just none very cold. The West will see a bit colder weather systems arrive. Overall, demand will be near normal due to the relatively mild Great Lakes and Northeast for this time of the year.















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