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Current ConditionsSun Mar 29, 15 at 11:00 PM MDT
Feels like: -14
Feels like: 7
Sunrise: 7:42 AM
Sunset: 8:55 PM
NW 9 km/h
Pressure: 101.0 kPa
Periods of light snow
Summary(Celsius) Sun Mar 29, 15 at 4:00 PM MDT Sun Mar 29, 15 at 4:00 PM MDT
Mainly cloudy. Low minus 10.
Periods of light snow. High minus 4.
Mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Wind becoming east 20 km/h overnight. Low minus 18. Wind chill minus 27.
|Periods of light snow||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny|
-10° | -17°
14° | 1°
-8° | -22°
18° | -8°
-8° | -19°
18° | -2°
-10° | -18°
14° | -0°
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