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Current ConditionsTue Jan 27, 15 at 12:00 AM EST
Feels like: -18
Feels like: -0
Sunrise: 7:40 AM
Sunset: 5:20 PM
NNE 18 km/h
Pressure: 101.7 kPa
A few flurries
Chance of flurries
Summary(Celsius) Mon Jan 26, 15 at 11:28 PM EST Mon Jan 26, 15 at 11:28 PM EST
Flurries. Wind northeast 20 km/h. Low minus 12.
Mainly cloudy. 40 percent chance of flurries early in the morning. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind north 20 km/h. High minus 5.
Clear. Wind north 20 km/h. Low minus 12.
|Chance of flurries||A mix of sun and cloud||Periods of snow||A mix of sun and cloud||Chance of flurries||Chance of flurries|
-1° | -6°
30° | 21°
-2° | -5°
28° | 23°
-6° | -15°
21° | 5°
-10° | -15°
14° | 5°
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