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Summary(Celsius) Wed May 22, 13 at 5:49 PM EDT Wed May 22, 13 at 5:49 PM EDT
Showers. Amount 10 mm. Wind becoming southeast 20 km/h near midnight. Low 9.
Rain. Amount 5 to 10 mm. Wind southeast 20 km/h becoming light in the afternoon. High 17.
Periods of rain or drizzle. Amount 15 mm. Fog patches. Low 7.
|Rain||Rain||Chance of showers||Chance of showers||Sunny||Sunny|
12° | 7°
54° | 45°
15° | 5°
59° | 41°
17° | 5°
63° | 41°
19° | 6°
66° | 43°
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