London — Almost all of Europe is set for warmer than normal temperatures through March, April and into May, the Weather Company said in its latest medium-range forecast Tuesday. Receive daily email alerts, subscriber notes & personalize your experience. Register Now The forecast sends another bearish signal for natural gas and power demand following a very mild February, reducing further the risk of any prolonged cold weather for the remainder of the winter. The closely watched forecasts from the Weather Company (formerly WSI) predict that northern Europe, the UK, southern Europe and the western Nordics will remain warmer than usual in March. Only in northeastern Europe is there some likelihood of a cold snap, the Weather Company said. “As we look ahead to spring, we feel that the biggest risks for colder weather, relative to normal, are still in March, and especially across northern/eastern sections,” Weather Company chief meteorologist […]