Norman Wells, NT
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Current ConditionsWed Apr 01, 15 at 12:00 AM MDT
Feels like: -17
Feels like: 1
Sunrise: 7:44 AM
Sunset: 9:18 PM
E 9 km/h
Pressure: 102.0 kPa
Chance of flurries
Chance of flurries
Summary(Celsius) Tue Mar 31, 15 at 4:00 PM MDT Tue Mar 31, 15 at 4:00 PM MDT
Mainly cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. Low minus 14.
Cloudy with 60 percent chance of flurries. High minus 7.
Clearing near midnight. Low minus 16.
|Chance of flurries||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Sunny|
-8° | -16°
18° | 3°
-7° | -17°
19° | 1°
-9° | -23°
16° | -9°
-8° | -22°
18° | -8°
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