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Current ConditionsThu Nov 26, 15 at 6:00 AM EST
Feels like: -18
Feels like: -0
Sunrise: 8:26 AM
Sunset: 5:00 PM
N 9 km/h
Summary(Celsius) Thu Nov 26, 15 at 5:30 AM EST Thu Nov 26, 15 at 5:30 AM EST
Overcast. High minus 10.
Clearing this evening. Wind up to 15 km/h. Low minus 22. Wind chill minus 27.
Sunny. Wind up to 15 km/h. High minus 9. Wind chill minus 27.
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