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Current ConditionsSat Mar 08, 14 at 9:00 AM EST
Feels like: -6
Feels like: 21
Sunrise: 5:58 AM
Sunset: 5:23 PM
SE 4 km/h
Pressure: 100.4 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Sat Mar 08, 14 at 5:00 AM EST Sat Mar 08, 14 at 5:00 AM EST
Snow ending near noon then mainly cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries. Amount 2 cm. Wind becoming northwest 20 km/h near noon. High minus 2.
Partly cloudy. Wind northwest 20 km/h. Low minus 19. Wind chill minus 29.
Mainly sunny. Wind northwest 20 km/h becoming light in the evening. High minus 11. Wind chill minus 29.
|Mainly sunny||A mix of sun and cloud||Snow||Sunny||Chance of flurries||Sunny|
-3° | -20°
27° | -4°
-1° | -10°
30° | 14°
-12° | -17°
10° | 1°
-9° | -16°
16° | 3°
-6° | -17°
21° | 1°
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