CWG in the News

Traders Looking For Spot To Sell; October Called FlatNatural Gas Intelligence... and European ensemble have both gained a small handful of cooling degree days to boost the overall demand estimate further for the final part of September ahead," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients.
Bristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)Irma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produceBristol Herald Courier (press release) (blog)FILE - In this Monday, Sept. 11, 2017, photo provided by the Governor's Press Office, Gov. Rick Scott looks out the window of a C-130 as he assesses damage to the Florida Keys during the aftermath of Hurricane Irma. Hurricane Irma delivered a serious ...and more »
AM markets: three weather worries for ag marketsAgrimoney.comNot that it is by any means certain that Maria will go on to reach the US, although Commodity Weather Group cautioned that the hurricane "needs to be watched for a potential South East threat late in the six-to-10 day outlook", suggesting a further ...and more »
Arkansas OnlineIrma drubs Florida's orange cropArkansas OnlineJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.and more »
Valley NewsCitrus, Other Crops Devastated by IrmaValley NewsJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.and more »
Soybean Futures Drop Despite Above-Expectation Crush RateFox BusinessBrazilian corn and soybean planting will be delayed by dryness for the next three weeks, said Commodity Weather Group, while rain in Argentina will slow corn seeding and leave wheat too wet. Write to Benjamin Parkin at benjamin.parkin@wsj.com.and more »
CNBCIrma devastates Florida orange crop, harms other produceWLS-TVJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.Grower group says Irma caused 50 to 70 percent citrus loss in portions of South FloridaCNBCIrma Leaves Behind Major Crop Damage For Florida FarmersHiTechFactsall 83 news articles »
CNBCGrower group says Irma caused 50 to 70 percent citrus loss in portions of South FloridaCNBCOn Monday, CNBC was told preliminary assessment of the storm showed up to 30 percent of some major crops such as grapefruit had losses, according to estimates by Joel Widenor, a meteorologist and co-founder of Commodity Weather Group.Irma's big blow to Florida's cropsCBS Newsall 33 news articles »
Natural Gas IntelligenceTraders Mull Demand Destruction, LNG Exports; October Gains 6 CentsNatural Gas IntelligenceWednesday's demand gains were estimated to run higher than Tuesday's and lower than Monday's “as this new warm pattern for the Midwest, East, South appears to hold longer and stronger well into the 11-15 day range," said Commodity Weather Group ...
Agriculture.comPlanning to Start Harvesting Corn Soon? Mother Nature May Have Other PlansAgriculture.comShowers are expected in much of the Corn Belt for essentially the remainder of September and into the first week of October, said Joel Widenor, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. That's bad news for southern corn growers ...and more »
Weather Models Ratchet Still Warmer; October Seen 4 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... than yesterday's and lower than Monday's as this new warm pattern for the Midwest, East, South appears to hold longer and stronger well into the 11-15 day range," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group in a morning report to clients.
CBS NewsIrma's big blow to Florida's crops - CBS NewsCBS NewsFlorida fruit growers and farmers have just barely begun to assess the damage Hurricane Irma wrought on the state's citrus, sugar cane and vegetable crops ...Hurricane Irma delivers serious punch to Florida agricultureABC NewsIrma Leaves Behind Major Crop Damage For Florida FarmersNewsyall 18 news articles »
Kansas City StarHurricane Irma delivers serious punch to Florida agricultureABC NewsJoel Widenor, co-founder of Commodity Weather Group, forecast the overall orange crop loss at 10 percent and the grapefruit loss at 20 percent to 30 percent. He estimated sugar cane losses at 10 percent. The sugar cane harvest was expected to begin Oct.Irma Leaves Behind Major Crop Damage For Florida FarmersNewsyall 9 news articles »
Florida grocery chains work to reopen following Hurricane IrmaFood DiveGrocery chains in Florida and across the country also are facing the impact Hurricane Irma had on major crops in the state. The Commodity Weather Group estimates this season's citrus crop may get reduced by up to 12%, and grapefruit by a larger amount.and more »
CNBCIrma may have caused losses of up to 30 percent on some major ag crops in FloridaCNBCThe Commodity Weather Group estimates this season's citrus crop may get reduced by up to 12 percent and grapefruit by a larger amount. Florida grows about half of the nation's sugar cane, and about 10 percent of the state's crop may have been lost.and more »
BloombergThe Daily Prophet: It's Hard to Keep a Good Stock Market DownBloomberg... to Bloomberg News' Marvin G. Perez. The storm's swerve toward the state's west coast was enough to save the crop from “potentially catastrophic” damage, David Streit, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland, said in an email.
Financial TribuneNine Million People Facing Risk of Blackout in FloridaFinancial TribuneIrma, however, could retain much of its strength,” said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...Hurricane Irma may cut power to over nine million people in FloridaNews.AzFPL | Clean Energy | St. Lucie Nuclear PlantFPL.comNuclear plants in Hurricane Irma's path are shutting downCNNMoneyFPL.comall 244 news articles »
HiTechFactsAs Hurricane Irma nears, Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort ordered to evacuateHiTechFactsThe last time the resort was hit by a hurricane was in 2005, when Wilma swept through South Florida with triple-digit winds. Given Florida's history of devastating hurricanes, it comes as no surprise that the clubs have had to deal with storms before ...Donald Trump's Mar-a-Lago resort evacuated in face of Hurricane IrmaBrisbane TimesDonald Trump's Mar-a-Lago Resort Ordered to Evacuate Ahead of Hurricane IrmaTIMEall 289 news articles »
BloombergFlorida's West Coast in Irma's Crosshairs as Track ShiftsBloombergStorm damage may worsen if Irma drifts along Florida's west coast without coming ashore and weakening, said David Streit, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. On its current path, Irma may wipe out as much as 20 ...Irma has Florida bracing for Atlantic's strongest storm yetNorman TranscriptIrma Has Company; October Called 2 Cents HigherNatural Gas IntelligenceInsured losses in just Miami from Irma could be in $200B rangeLas Vegas Review-JournalOilPrice.comall 14,903 news articles »
USA TODAYHurricane Irma threatens power losses for millions in FloridaBusiness InsiderIrma, however, could retain much of its strength," said Jason Setree, a meteorologist at Commodity Weather Group. Irma has killed several people and devastated islands in the Caribbean. Current forecasts put almost the entirety of the Florida peninsula ...Two South Florida nuclear power plants lie in Irma's path. Are they ready?Miami HeraldFPL | Clean Energy | Turkey Point Nuclear PlantFPLFPL | Clean Energy | St. Lucie Nuclear PlantFPL.comall 136 news articles »

Pages

• Proudly partnered with StormVistaWxModels:

StormVistaWXModels.com

Mailing Address:

Commodity Weather Group, LLC
1380 Monroe Street NW #106
Washington, DC 20010

Phone: 240.207.2500
Fax: 301.656.1425