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Current ConditionsSat Aug 30, 14 at 2:00 AM EDT
Sunrise: 4:37 AM
Sunset: 7:57 PM
N 22 km/h
Chance of showers
Summary(Celsius) Fri Aug 29, 14 at 4:00 PM EDT Fri Aug 29, 14 at 4:00 PM EDT
Overcast. Fog at times. Temperature steady near plus 2.
Cloudy. 30 percent chance of showers in the afternoon. Fog at times in the morning. Wind becoming north 20 km/h late in the morning. Temperature steady near plus 5.
Cloudy. 30 percent chance of showers in the evening. Wind north 20 km/h. Temperature steady near plus 5.
|Chance of showers||Cloudy||Sunny||Sunny||A mix of sun and cloud||A mix of sun and cloud|
7° | 2°
45° | 36°
6° | 2°
43° | 36°
1° | 1°
34° | 34°
2° | 0°
36° | 32°
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