WUSA, Channel 9, has posted their Washington, DC, 2008-2009 winter weather outlook:
Sue Palka, WTTG, Channel 5, has her outlook here.
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NGSA analysis of varying data indicates flat overall pressure on natural gas prices this winter, compared with the average for last winter season, primarily due to the following estimates affecting market pressure points:Images: Natural gas winter outlook, seasonal heating degree day forecast ©NGSA
- projected slightly warmer-than-normal winter
- stagnant economic growth
- near record storage inventory, but higher-than-
average storage injection prices
- moderate growth in natural gas demand and higher domestic production levels
This winter, we're predicting four times as much snow as last year, about 20 inches for the metropolitan area.
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