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Winter heating could cost 10% more this year

3:20 PM, Oct. 12, 2013
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Winter heating costs are predicted to be 8 to 10 percent higher than last year. Or 3 percent lower, depending on your utility.

As always, predictions come with a host of caveats, chief among them the weather, said Kerry Spees, spokesman for Wisconsin Public Service Corp. in Green Bay.

"If we have temperatures similar to last year, we'll see results similar to last year," Spees said. "If we get a nice, mild entry into winter, that helps keep the pressure off the supply of natural gas." ...

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