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One of the most active snowfall patterns in years will hit much of the U.S. Here is the main reason, why, it is the negative NAO index. In my newsletter, we wrote a week ago about a major change in the weather pattern for February. To find out more click on the image...
China’s historical demand for U.S grain, big snows wheat areas next week, cold to support natural gas in February
My Best Weather spider gives market sentiment to the weather's influence on the markets. You can see South American, western corn belt, and Plains weather leans more bearish grains. In fact, wheat is probably more bearish than this and a (-2) for new crop July wheat...
While many ski areas are only 25-50% of capacity due to COVID-19 restrictions, the upcoming two snowstorms for the western US may be one for the record books. Drought conditions have plagued many ski areas from Utah to Colorado and the Southwest but a major change in...
How the easing of the US and Argentina drought is “spooking” grain markets & Colder risks later for natural gas possible
For months we were kicking ourself not catching the big move up in grains, other than occasionally wheat. However, our calling for the end of the South American drought, quite early, helped up call the top in the soybean market, after the bullish USDA crop report
Best Weather Spider and interview with Jim Roemer about the grain market, La Nina and commodities
market to market interview: Forecasting the end of South American drought but potential spring u.s. weather problems for grains
While La Nina can often bring additional late January and February dryness to many South American corn and soybean crops, what happens with ocean temperatures in other parts of the world and the weather over Antarctica can "offset" these dry signals. 10 days ago in...
This report talks about global inflation fears, why the weather is not cold enough for a bull market in natural gas and improving weather for Argentina and their drought eases. What about coffee?
You can receive my monthly newsletter CLIMATELLIGENCE and find out my longer term view about grain, natural gas and soft commodity updates with the most detailed long-range weather forecasts available. Will corn go to $7.00 next summer and wheat over $8.00? CLICK ON...
Best Weather Spider and the explosion in grains, natural gas, coffee update and early spring outlook for Midwest grains
Why the negative ao/nao index has not resulted in A NAT GAS RALLY, YET. upcoming big USDA crop report, coffee, and more
This report looks at the historical -AO/NAO index coming up and what it means for natural gas prices. I also discuss South American weather the upcoming USDA report and the coffee market
Another update this week as commodity prices go wild. Many of you have asked me about natural gas. I will update more next week with my long range weather software.
Update on condition of South American grain crops, rains coming to Argentina next week and why the rally in natural gas
Click on the video below: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VLHXLDr3kuY The video is an excerpt from Jim Roemer's twice-weekly WEATHER WEALTH NEWSLETTER. Jim talks about commodity ETFs breaking out to the upside and all about the weather and influence on markets such as...
Grain prices are having a “squeeze play”. This report discusses the reasons why, look at Jim Roemer’s longer range weather forecast software during specific La Nina’s and his BestWeather commodity market spider sentiment
The grain market began rallying last summer following the Iowa historical wind storm, mini drought, and flooding rains in China. China's corn crop was lowered by 2-4% because of one of the wettest summers on record. In addition, the Ukraine corn crop was hurt by a...
This report includes my monthly newsletter CLIMATELLIGENCE that takes a longer term view about weather, commodities with interesting stories from Solar Cycles to Climate Change
The negative nao index–implications for natural gas, wheat weather & updated view on coffee, south American weather
This report talks about the negative NAO index, which normally brings cold weather. However, the Arctic is 20-30 degrees warmer than just a few years ago. We also look at seasonal January commodity trades, South American weather and where the problems are for coffee crops.
SPECIAL PRE-CHRISTMAS VIDEO: Argentina RAINS, Robusta coffee soars and Natural gas BOTTOMS ON EASTERN COLD
Robusta coffee has been one of my highest confidence trades due to global weather problems. This report also talks about why I did not become bullish corn and beans, since South American weather is really not that bad
Grain prices are exploding and commodities in general appear to be bottoming becasue of the weaker dollar and strong global demand. This report talks a bit. more about La Nina, South American weather, coffee an also where the snow will fly this winter.
Climate Change, La Nina and the AO index going negative mean a cold snap and a Christmas snowstorm for parts of the eastern U.S.
This report talks about most ag commodities and natural gas and looks what is driving the markets
Explosion In Wheat Futures, South American Weather, Some Weather Problems For Coffee, The AO Index and Early Potential January Temp Trends
The Arctic Oscillation Index. What is it, why is it changing and which global commodities will it affect?
The snow drought may be coming to an end in some areas as the Arctic Oscillation Index begins to become more negative. Where can you expect snow this next week?
Some changes may be taking place over the Arctic that could have implications for certain commodities in the weeks ahead. In the meantime, our BestWeather spider gives our overall view of various weather related commodities from grains to soft and energy markets