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Current ConditionsFri Nov 28, 14 at 10:00 AM CST
Feels like: -6
Feels like: 21
Sunrise: 8:45 AM
Sunset: 5:19 PM
W 3 km/h
Pressure: 100.0 kPa
Periods of snow
Summary(Celsius) Fri Nov 28, 14 at 5:00 AM CST Fri Nov 28, 14 at 5:00 AM CST
Mainly cloudy. Fog patches dissipating this morning. Wind becoming southwest 30 km/h this morning then becoming north 30 this afternoon. High plus 2.
Periods of snow. Amount 2 to 4 cm. Wind north 30 km/h. Low minus 21. Wind chill minus 31.
Cloudy with 60 percent chance of light snow in the morning and afternoon. Clearing in the evening. Wind northwest 20 km/h becoming light in the evening. High minus 20. Wind chill minus 33.
|Chance of light snow||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny|
-20° | -23°
-4° | -9°
-15° | -21°
5° | -6°
-11° | -17°
12° | 1°
-10° | -19°
14° | -2°
-2° | -14°
28° | 7°
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