Warm This Week, Cooler Next Week

Written by on March 8, 2021 in NatGasWeather - No comments

Monday, March 8:  No major changes to the timing of swings in national demand the next 2-weeks with an unseasonably warm upper ridge setting up across the eastern 2/3 of the country this week with highs of 70s to low 80s over Texas, the South, and Southeast, and mid-50s to lower 60s from Chicago to NYC.  However, cold air over the Rockies and Plains will spread into the southern and eastern US next weekend into the following week (March 14-19) for stronger national demand as lows across the Great Lakes, Ohio Valley, and Northeast drops into the 10s to 30s.  But cold might not be able to last as both the GFS and EC favor warmer patterns returning March 20-23rd.

Upper pattern this week with warm ridge from Texas to the Great Lakes. Slightly cool Northwest US.


Highs will be quite comfortable this week from Texas to the Great Lakes with highs of 60s to 60s from Chicago to NYC and with 70s to low 80s over Texas, the South, and Southeast.


Cooler air will spread across the US March 14-19 for a swing to stronger national demand.


Very light demand this week, stronger next week, but then looking to be back lighter around March 20-22

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