It is well know that a cold April (and March for that matter) have a far less effect on supply numbers that a cold January or February. That is a fact. Unless they consider that this March or April both were off the charts as far as temperature deviance. I mean it is a bit chilly in the Midwest but not THAT chilly. Not enough to justify this enormous jump in prices.
Me thinks there is more to this than meets the eye. This smells of Goldman hammering the price up, Goldman in concert with some other tutes perhaps. Everyone knows that the weather in spring is NOT QUITE THIS INFLUENTIAL on the price of natty. You will see jumps like this in winter and hurricane season, but not in springtime.
Wait till the US weater map turns uniformly yellow to red before you decide.Nothing has changed significantly in 2 months except an extended cold winter causing a significant usage in home and office ng usage causing a temporary supply shortfall,