East Coast heat waves may stay away into late July

THE HOTTER-THAN-AVERAGE temperatures that have been plaguing the eastern U.S. and Canada may stay away for the next two weeks, according to Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/GARY GARDINER
THE HOTTER-THAN-AVERAGE temperatures that have been plaguing the eastern U.S. and Canada may stay away for the next two weeks, according to Commodity Weather Group President Matt Rogers. / BLOOMBERG FILE PHOTO/GARY GARDINER
BOSTON - There probably won’t be another round of heat waves in the eastern U.S. and Canada for the next two weeks, keeping spikes in energy demand to a minimum, said Matt Rogers, president of Commodity Weather Group LLC. The Northeast may see temperatures 3 degrees Fahrenheit (1.7 Celsius) above normal from today until July…

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