Forecast predicts mildest start to October on record H1 October res-comm to undershoot average by 15% NYMEX prompt-month down nearly 75 cents from high Current weather forecasts are predicting an unusually warm start to October, promising to keep gas-fired heating demand at historic lows through at least mid-month. The outlook could add much-needed supply to the US market and appears to be helping cool the rally in Henry Hub futures prices. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now Assuming the already mild start to autumn continues over the next week, the US population-weighted temperature for first-half October would register a balmy 68 degrees Fahrenheit – the warmest on record dating back to at least 2005, data compiled by S&P Global Platts Analytics shows. As a result, residential-commercial gas demand is expected to lag historical averages. Over the next seven days, US gas-fired heating […]