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Current ConditionsSun May 01, 16 at 1:00 PM EDT
UV: 7 (High)
Sunrise: 5:25 AM
Sunset: 7:53 PM
E 8 km/h
Pressure: 102.4 kPa
Chance of rain showers or flurries
Summary(Celsius) Sun May 01, 16 at 11:30 AM EDT Sun May 01, 16 at 11:30 AM EDT
Increasing cloudiness this afternoon. High 14. UV index 7 or high.
Cloudy. 60 percent chance of rain showers or flurries overnight. Low plus 1.
Rain showers or flurries. High plus 4.
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