October natural gas prices opened higher Wednesday evening but spent most of the overnight and early morning hours around unchanged levels. Some traders indicated that the market was beginning to turn focus back to weather maps that continue to forecasts normal to above normal temperatures along the lower half of the country. It is also possible that the more than 10.0% decline from last Thursday's high had become short term oversold and ripe for a rebound. Meanwhile, the market is looking for today's EIA storage report to show an injection of around 62 bcf, which compares to last year's increase of 60 bcf, and the five year average of 62 bcf.