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Current ConditionsMon Feb 20, 17 at 9:00 AM AST
Feels like: -8
Feels like: 18
Sunrise: 7:07 AM
Sunset: 5:45 PM
NNW 19 km/h
Pressure: 101.3 kPa
A few flurries
Chance of flurries
Summary(Celsius) Mon Feb 20, 17 at 5:00 AM AST Mon Feb 20, 17 at 5:00 AM AST
Flurries. Wind northwest 20 km/h becoming north 30 gusting to 50 near noon. Temperature steady near minus 3.
A few flurries ending late this evening then cloudy with 30 percent chance of flurries. Wind north 30 km/h gusting to 50 becoming northwest 20 gusting to 40 after midnight. Temperature steady near minus 4.
Cloudy. 30 percent chance of flurries early in the morning. Clearing in the afternoon. Wind northwest 20 km/h becoming light near noon. Temperature steady near minus 3.
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