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Current ConditionsTue Sep 01, 15 at 8:00 AM EDT
UV: 6 (High)
Sunrise: 5:45 AM
Sunset: 7:11 PM
N 6 km/h
Pressure: 101.7 kPa
Chance of showers
Summary(Celsius) Tue Sep 01, 15 at 5:00 AM EDT Tue Sep 01, 15 at 5:00 AM EDT
Mainly sunny. High 18. UV index 6 or high.
A few clouds. Increasing cloudiness near midnight then 40 percent chance of showers overnight. Low 12.
Mainly cloudy with 40 percent chance of showers in the morning. Clearing near noon. High 25.
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