September natural gas prices climbed to a new 10-day high in overnight action and remained in positive territory into the US opening. The market plunged to a new two month low yesterday in response to EIA storage data that showed a larger than expected injection of 47 bcf. This brought total storage to 3,308 bcf or 12.1% above the 5 year average. Over the last four weeks natural gas storage has increased 119 bcf. The US six to ten day weather maps continue to forecast normal to above normal temperatures in the upper northeast and across the center of the country into September 2nd. This is seen as a force likely to keep air-conditioning demand for natural gas at elevated levels. Additionally, the market is showing a level of concern toward Tropical Storm Isaac that is expected to move over the Gulf of Mexico region early next week.