- September – Down 1,548 aMW
- October – Down 87 aMW
- November – Up 258 aMW
- December – Down 555 aMW
- January – Down 278 aMW
Decreases are showing up in earnest for the first time in a few weeks as all but November show drawbacks. September took the largest haircut after losing most of what was added beginning four weeks ago. December marked the second-largest decrease, while November was the only month not to drop, adding 258 aMW to the forecast.
Every day in September shows a decline, though the drop is especially apparent after the 23rd. October starts off the month with residual reductions from September then holds the rest of the forecast steady. November is much less regular as the beginning of the month shows a sharp increase followed by a decrease in the middle of the month, followed by another increase. December had declines across the entirety of the month.
September fell behind three of the last four years, while October is 300 aMW short of the next-closest year (2014). November is essentially tied with 2014 while December and January both trail 2016 and 2015.