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Current ConditionsTue Dec 06, 16 at 2:00 PM EST
Sunrise: 7:23 AM
Sunset: 4:12 PM
N 2 km/h
Pressure: 102.0 kPa
A mix of sun and cloud
Summary(Celsius) Tue Dec 06, 16 at 11:30 AM EST Tue Dec 06, 16 at 11:30 AM EST
A mix of sun and cloud. High zero.
Partly cloudy. Becoming cloudy this evening. Low minus 5.
Snow ending in the afternoon then cloudy. Amount 2 cm. High zero.
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