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Current ConditionsTue Jun 18, 13 at 10:00 PM EDT
Sunrise: 4:37 AM
Sunset: 8:37 PM
SW 6 km/h
Pressure: 101.5 kPa
Chance of showers
Summary(Celsius) Tue Jun 18, 13 at 3:45 PM EDT Tue Jun 18, 13 at 3:45 PM EDT
Partly cloudy. 40 percent chance of showers this evening. Risk of a thunderstorm early this evening. Low 7.
Mainly sunny. High 19. UV index 7 or high.
A few clouds. Low 8.
|Mainly sunny||Sunny||A mix of sun and cloud||Chance of showers||Chance of showers||A mix of sun and cloud|
24° | 13°
75° | 55°
21° | 14°
70° | 57°
22° | 15°
72° | 59°
24° | 13°
75° | 55°
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