Temperature Adjustment

The Temperature Adjustment, based on historical weather information, helps to offset the impact of weather variations.

Your bill is adjusted to reflect normal weather conditions from September through May each year. It is adjusted down when the weather is colder than normal. When the weather is warmer than normal, it raises your bill. Because temperatures vary from month to month, the adjustment is different each month.

Adjusting bills for temperature is not a new idea. Most other states have such an adjustment because it helps stabilize a customer's bill from year to year.

Your monthly gas bills for September through May have reflected such temperature adjustments since 1995.