August natural gas prices drifted lower overnight but managed to respect an early morning test of yesterday's low. Some traders viewed yesterday's breakout to the highest level since late February, followed by a slightly lower close as an indication that there was a great deal of supply available near the $3.00 area. While the natural gas market drafted support from weather maps that continued to forecast normal to above normal temperatures for the next two weeks, ideas that elevated natural gas prices could encourage greater switching back to coal presents a headwind for the market. In the meantime, expectations for this morning's EIA storage report are for a build of around 55 bcf, which is smaller than the 84 bcf injection last year and the five year average of 85 bcf.