Maple Plains, PE
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Current ConditionsMon Dec 05, 16 at 7:00 AM AST
Feels like: -8
Feels like: 18
Sunrise: 7:42 AM
Sunset: 4:29 PM
WNW 11 km/h
Chance of flurries
Summary(Celsius) Mon Dec 05, 16 at 5:00 AM AST Mon Dec 05, 16 at 5:00 AM AST
Mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Wind west 20 km/h. High minus 1.
Mainly cloudy. Low minus 4.
Mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the morning. High zero.
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