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Current ConditionsSun Mar 09, 14 at 7:21 AM CDT
Feels like: -39
Feels like: -38
Sunrise: 7:53 AM
Sunset: 7:01 PM
WNW 9 km/h
Periods of snow
Summary(Celsius) Sun Mar 09, 14 at 4:00 AM CDT Sun Mar 09, 14 at 4:00 AM CDT
Mainly sunny. Wind up to 15 km/h. High minus 24. Wind chill minus 36 this afternoon.
Becoming cloudy this evening then periods of light snow. Amount 2 cm. Wind becoming southwest 20 km/h late this evening. Low minus 26. Wind chill minus 37.
Light snow ending in the morning then clearing. Wind becoming north 30 km/h late in the afternoon. High minus 25. Wind chill minus 40.
-29° | -36°
-20° | -33°
-25° | -36°
-13° | -33°
-19° | -32°
-2° | -26°
-22° | -29°
-8° | -20°
-17° | -26°
1° | -15°
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