Gas Population Weight HDD Charts
Fig. 1: The latest Climate Impact Company 4-week U.S. gas population weight HDD anomaly forecast reveals the cold outlook for Jan. 21-27 gradually easing to a very warm outlook by Feb. 11-17.
Fig. 2: The Climate Impact Company 4-week gas population weight HDD anomaly forecast for the North reveals very cold anomalies the next 2 weeks particularly in the Ohio Valley followed by warming in the East by mid-February.
Fig. 3: The Climate Impact Company 4-week gas population weight HDD anomaly forecast for the South reveals colder changes for the Southeast the next 2-3 weeks while the Mid-south chill lasts 2 weeks and ERCOT cold is forecast for just next week.
Fig. 4: The Climate Impact Company 4-week U.S. gas population weight HDD anomaly forecast for the West reveals warm forecasts the next 2-3 weeks reversing colder the middle third of February.
Fig. 5: The winter 2021-22 U.S. gas population weight HDD observed for November and December and projections for January through March reveals both cold and warm extremes.
Fig. 6: The U.S. gas population weight HDD anomalies for each month of the cool season for 2021-22 vs. the last 3 years reveals winter 2021-22 was warmest on the front end but coldest mid-winter.