- November – Up 342 aMW
- December – Up 450 aMW
- January – Down 866 aMW
- February – Down 246 aMW
January got hammered again, this time taking an 866 aMW haircut, the fourth consecutive weekly decline, and the largest one yet. November, on the other hand, saw its third consecutive week of growth, and now sits just a touch below the historical average. December has essentially returned to its initial forecast after adding 450 aMW this week. February continues to look like it has no method to its forecast madness after bucking last week’s trend with a 246 aMW decline.
The majority of November’s 342 aMW increase came from the 20th through the 27th and peaking on the 24th with a week-on-week increase of roughly 750 aMW. December gets most of its gain after the 10th and sustains it through the remainder of the month. January falls behind immediately and sustains that drop through the 21st of February before pulling ahead for a week.
November and December remain behind all charted years while January has fallen dangerously close to coming up short of 2013. February is narrowly ahead of 2013 as well and is maintaining its pace ahead of 2015 and 2016 as well.