Indin River, NT
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Current ConditionsMon Mar 02, 15 at 4:38 PM MST
Feels like: -34
Feels like: -29
Sunrise: 7:46 AM
Sunset: 5:59 PM
NNW 25 km/h
Pressure: 103.4 kPa
A few clouds
Summary(Celsius) Mon Mar 02, 15 at 4:00 PM MST Mon Mar 02, 15 at 4:00 PM MST
A few clouds. Low minus 32.
Mainly sunny. Wind up to 15 km/h. High minus 19. Wind chill minus 38 in the morning and minus 27 in the afternoon.
A few clouds. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low minus 26. Wind chill minus 34.
-5° | -14°
23° | 7°
-11° | -15°
12° | 5°
-14° | -21°
7° | -6°
-9° | -20°
16° | -4°
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