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Forecasters say approaching storm is a wet oneCortez Journal... and pressure that crosses the tropics – weakens the high pressure across the northern ocean that pushes cold air from the Arctic into North America. The weather is “a mess,” said Matt Rogers, of the Commodity Weather Group in Maryland, told USA Today.
Forecasters say approaching storm is a wet oneCortez Journal... and pressure that crosses the tropics – weakens the high pressure across the northern ocean that pushes cold air from the Arctic into North America. The weather is “a mess,” said Matt Rogers, of the Commodity Weather Group in Maryland, told USA Today.
Brrrrr, It's Cold; Eastern Cash Natgas Soars, Futures Post GainsNatural Gas Intelligence"Net national changes were small to the upside as we shifted a bit stronger with the Midcontinent cold outbreak for late one- to five-day and early six- to 10-day range from Chicago to Texas," said Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers in a ...
Agriculture.comSoybeans Fall in Early Trading on Rain in South AmericaAgriculture.comRainfall was reported in several corn- and soybean-growing regions in Argentina recently, offsetting warm weather in the country, Commodity Weather Group said in a report. Wet weather in Brazil is helping coffee, and scattered precipitation will help ...and more »
Agriculture.comSoybean Futures Decline in Overnight Trading; Wet Weather Helps Crops in South AmericaAgriculture.comSoybeans were lower overnight as wet weather moves into growing areas in Brazil and Argentina, boosting prospects for crops in the countries. Rainfall was reported in several corn- and soybean-growing regions in Argentina recently, offsetting warm ...AM markets: ag futures, bar soyoil, ignore oil price surgeAgrimoney.comGRAINS-US wheat, corn and soy futures weaken after Friday rallyDaily Mailall 51 news articles »
Claremore Daily ProgressPolar vortex blasting US dealt a short life by dueling weatherClaremore Daily ProgressThe weather is "a mess," said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. "We will be dealing with these swings a lot this winter." Such extreme bursts of cold from the polar vortex have in the past sent natural gas ...and more »
The Hendricks County FlyerPolar vortex blasting US dealt a short life by dueling weatherThe Hendricks County FlyerThe weather is "a mess," said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. "We will be dealing with these swings a lot this winter." Such extreme bursts of cold from the polar vortex have in the past sent natural gas ...and more »
AgWebPolar Vortex Blasting US Dealt a Short Life by Dueling WeatherAgWebTogether, they promise to keep forecasters on their toes by delivering bursts of both cold and warmer-than-average temperatures this winter. The weather is “a mess,” said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland.and more »
Polar vortex blasting US dealt a short life by dueling weatherThe Providence JournalThe weather is "a mess," said Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group in Bethesda, Maryland. "We will be dealing with these swings a lot this winter." Such extreme bursts of cold from the polar vortex have in the past sent natural gas ...and more »
Hedge funds sell wheat 'with reckless abandon' as ags' appeal wanesAgrimoney.comHowever, cold temperatures are expected to return this week, a threat which, while less than that feared last week, will still be a "close call to watch for the north half of the wheat belt", according to Commodity Weather Group. Concerns have been ...
AM markets: ag futures, bar soyoil, ignore oil price surgeAgrimoney.comCommodity Weather Group said that the "Plains winterkill threat has lessened", although it is "still a close call for the north half of the wheat belt". Futures in hard red winter wheat itself, the main type grown in the Plains, did outperform in terms ...and more »
Agriculture.comGRAINS-Soy, corn jump on Argentine dryness after neutral USDA dataBusiness InsiderThe Commodity Weather Group said rainfall was likely to be limited next week in Argentina, although extended outlooks for precipitation within the next 10 days could help alleviate dry conditions there. The USDA put U.S. soybean ending stocks at 480 ...Soybeans Close Higher on Demand, South American Weather; Corn DeclinesAgriculture.comGRAINS-US soybeans rise 1.4 percent; corn, wheat firmDaily Mailall 107 news articles »
Weekly Natgas Cash Posts 4th Double-Digit Weekly Gain; More Seen ComingNatural Gas Intelligence... very cold air affecting North America over the next two weeks and (2) the models historically can struggle a lot with details of the boundaries of these air masses," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a Friday morning report ...
Traders Brace For Busy Week Ahead; NatGas Cash, Futures Add A NickelNatural Gas Intelligence... very cold air affecting North America over the next two weeks and (2) the models historically can struggle a lot with details of the boundaries of these air masses," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a Friday morning report ...and more »
Agriculture.comGRAINS-Soy, corn jump on Argentine dryness after neutral USDA dataReutersThe Commodity Weather Group said rainfall was likely to be limited next week in Argentina, although extended outlooks for precipitation within the next 10 days could help alleviate dry conditions there. The USDA put U.S. soybean ending stocks at 480 ...Soybeans Close Higher on Demand, South American Weather; Corn DeclinesAgriculture.comUS MIDDAY: soyabeans riseBusiness Recorder (press release) (registration) (blog)all 108 news articles »
Bulls Grabbing Cold Forecasts by The Horns; January Called 6 Cents HigherNatural Gas Intelligence... very cold air affecting North America over the next two weeks and (2) the models historically can struggle a lot with details of the boundaries of these air masses," said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group, in a Friday morning report ...
BloombergU.S. Gas May Rally Further as Arctic Air to Wipe Out Supply GlutBloombergWeather projections show that a mass of arctic air will move farther south into the U.S. over the next 10 days, pushing temperatures to below freezing levels in the Midwest and parts of the Northeast, said Commodity Weather Group LLC. A surge in demand ...
AgWebArctic Chill Blasts US, Puts $4 Natural Gas in ReachAgWebThis could be the coldest December since 2013 across the northern U.S., according to Matt Rogers, president of the Commodity Weather Group LLC in Bethesda, Maryland. An outbreak of polar air will send temperatures plunging from Calgary to Chicago, ...
NatGas Cash Outpaces Lagging Futures; January Sheds 3 CentsNatural Gas Intelligence"The big story overnight is the strengthening of next week's Arctic out-break on the various models," said Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers in a Wednesday morning report to clients. "This air mass continues to look more powerful, with the ...and more »
Natural gas rally pauses as arctic blast readiesSeeking Alpha"We can continue to push higher as long as these cold forecasts don't fall apart," says Mizuho's Bob Yawger. Commodity Weather Group's Matt Rogers says this could be the coldest December since the frigid 2013. UNG -1.5% during the regular session, ...and more »

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