Colville Lake, NT
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Current ConditionsTue Aug 19, 14 at 10:00 PM MDT
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Summary(Celsius) Tue Aug 19, 14 at 4:00 PM MDT Tue Aug 19, 14 at 4:00 PM MDT
Increasing cloudiness. Low 6.
Clearing in the morning. High 12. UV index 3 or moderate.
Clear. Low 6.
|Clearing||Sunny||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud|
15° | 7°
59° | 45°
13° | 7°
55° | 45°
14° | 7°
57° | 45°
14° | 6°
57° | 43°
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