Trout Lake, NT
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A few showers
Summary(Celsius) Wed May 27, 15 at 5:00 AM MDT Wed May 27, 15 at 5:00 AM MDT
A few showers ending this afternoon then cloudy. Amount 5 mm. Wind northeast 20 km/h gusting to 40. High 17.
Clearing this evening. Low plus 3.
Sunny. High 17.
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