MADISON (WKOW)-- Colder winter weather is expected to cost you more in heating bills this year.
That's according to a new government report from the Energy Information Administration. The agency estimates costs for homes using heating oil, will hit a record high, with a 20 percent increase from last year.
Homes heated with natural gas are expected to see bills that are 15 percent higher. The report says the increase is most likely due to forecasts predicting a colder winter.
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