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Current ConditionsSun Aug 31, 14 at 1:00 AM MDT
Sunrise: 5:57 AM
Sunset: 9:46 PM
E 35 km/h
Pressure: 100.5 kPa
A mix of sun and cloud
Summary(Celsius) Sat Aug 30, 14 at 4:00 PM MDT Sat Aug 30, 14 at 4:00 PM MDT
Clear. Becoming partly cloudy this evening. Wind east 30 km/h gusting to 50. Low 6.
A mix of sun and cloud. Wind east 30 km/h. High 12.
Increasing cloudiness. 30 percent chance of showers overnight. Wind east 20 km/h becoming light overnight. Low 7.
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11° | 1°
52° | 34°
8° | 5°
46° | 41°
5° | 2°
41° | 36°
5° | 2°
41° | 36°
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