Recent gains in June natural gas appear to be the result of cooler temperatures in the Northeast and warmer temps in the south that has boosted power generation demand. June natural gas broke out to its best level since April 10th during the overnight session. Expectations for this morning's EIA storage are for an injection of 40 to 45 bcf, which is slightly higher than the same week a year ago and in line with the five-year average build 47 bcf.