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Current ConditionsTue Sep 02, 14 at 1:00 PM MDT
Sunrise: 6:13 AM
Sunset: 8:32 PM
ENE 8 km/h
Pressure: 100.8 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Tue Sep 02, 14 at 11:00 AM MDT Tue Sep 02, 14 at 11:00 AM MDT
Mainly cloudy. Clearing late this afternoon. High 13.
Clear. Low plus 5.
Increasing cloudiness in the morning. High 14.
|Increasing cloudiness||Periods of rain||Chance of showers||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud|
9° | 9°
48° | 48°
7° | 4°
45° | 39°
8° | 3°
46° | 37°
10° | 3°
50° | 37°
10° | 3°
50° | 37°
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