- October – Up 343 aMW
- November – Up 141 aMW
- December – Down 133 aMW
- January – Down 21 aMW
No major changes for any particular month as October leads the way with an increase of 343 aMW. December took another draw back, the fourth consecutive week of declining forecast. January dropped 21 aMW, but is holding steady to its large increase from last week.
While October had a net-increase overall, it took a haircut on the 15th and 16th, losing close to 700 aMW in the process. That’s followed by a quick recovery and an average 400 aMW for the remainder of the month. November gets a boost to the first several days of the month, but remains mostly flat thereafter. December also starts off with an increase, but that is erased by steady drawbacks to round out the year. January looks to be the opposite as moderate decreases at the beginning of the month are washed out be steady increases through the remaining days.
October, November, and December continue to pace behind each of the previous four years, while January pushed into a virtual tie with 2013. Despite the increase to October, the month remains more than 400 aMW behind the next closest year (2015).