Burns Lake, BC
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Current ConditionsWed Sep 17, 14 at 12:00 PM PDT
UV: 4 (Moderate)
Sunrise: 6:59 AM
Sunset: 7:36 PM
SSE 4 km/h
Pressure: 100.8 kPa
A mix of sun and cloud
A few clouds
Summary(Celsius) Wed Sep 17, 14 at 11:00 AM PDT Wed Sep 17, 14 at 11:00 AM PDT
A mix of sun and cloud. High 21. UV index 4 or moderate.
Partly cloudy. Becoming clear this evening. Low plus 4.
Sunny. Increasing cloudiness early in the afternoon then 60 percent chance of showers in the evening. High 17.
|Chance of showers||Chance of showers||Rain||Cloudy||Chance of showers||Cloudy|
15° | 7°
59° | 45°
17° | 8°
63° | 46°
21° | 6°
70° | 43°
20° | 9°
68° | 48°
17° | 6°
63° | 43°
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