The video above (click above) gives a brief glimpse of the climatic factors that will influence our winter’s weather and the energy market. Some of the maps below indicate a much colder November following a warm October. This previously pressured natural gas. Our next Climatelligence issue will discuss longer-term implications of winter weather (summer in the Southern Hemisphere) for commodities. We’ll also look at how to play some commodity markets from natural gas to grains, coffee, and more.
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SOME FACTORS THAT WILL INFLUENCE GLOBAL WEATHER FOR COMMODITIES AND WINTER IN THE MONTHS AHEAD
The Pacific Decadal Oscillation, a factor that can affect winter weather, is defined by sea surface temperature anamolies.