Natural-gas prices bounced off a two-week low on Friday as updated weather forecasts called for a colder-than-expected blast over much of the middle of the U.S. next week. The front-month April contract for natural gas rose 3.7 cents or 1.4% to settle at $2.7340 a million British thermal units on the New York Mercantile Exchange. Prices in the market had fallen more than 8% in the past week as withdrawals from gas in storage to meet heating demand fell less than expected. U.S. natural-gas stockpiles fell by 219 billion cubic feet in the week ended Feb. 20, the U.S. Energy Information Administration said Thursday, compared with the 241-bcf draw that was predicted in a survey of analysts and traders by The Wall Street Journal. Though a late-winter blast of cold air is driving demand, it has been more than made up for by surging gas production, […]