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Current ConditionsTue Jan 24, 17 at 11:08 AM AST
Sunrise: 7:49 AM
Sunset: 5:24 PM
E 42 km/h
Pressure: 100.6 kPa
Rain at times heavy
Rain at times heavy
Summary(Celsius) Tue Jan 24, 17 at 11:00 AM AST Tue Jan 24, 17 at 11:00 AM AST
Rain at times heavy. Freezing rain inland near noon. Amount 20 mm. Wind east 50 km/h gusting to 80. High plus 4.
Rain at times heavy. Amount 20 mm. Wind east 50 km/h gusting to 80 diminishing to 30 gusting to 50 after midnight. Temperature rising to 8 by morning.
Rain ending in the morning then cloudy. Fog patches developing in the morning. Wind northeast 20 km/h becoming northwest 20 in the afternoon. Temperature steady near 8.
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