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Current ConditionsSat Dec 03, 16 at 6:00 PM CST
Feels like: -7
Feels like: 19
Sunrise: 7:38 AM
Sunset: 4:06 PM
SSE 3 km/h
Pressure: 102.4 kPa
Chance of flurries
Periods of snow
Summary(Celsius) Sat Dec 03, 16 at 4:00 PM CST Sat Dec 03, 16 at 4:00 PM CST
Cloudy. 30 percent chance of flurries this evening. Low minus 8.
Cloudy. 40 percent chance of flurries in the morning. Periods of snow beginning in the morning. Amount 2 cm. High minus 1.
Periods of snow ending in the evening then mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 4.
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