Williams Lake, BC
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Current ConditionsThu Jan 29, 15 at 8:00 AM PST
Feels like: -11
Feels like: 12
Sunrise: 7:54 AM
Sunset: 4:49 PM
ESE 12 km/h
Pressure: 103.1 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Thu Jan 29, 15 at 6:58 AM PST Thu Jan 29, 15 at 6:58 AM PST
Cloudy. Becoming a mix of sun and cloud this afternoon. Fog patches dissipating this morning. High plus 1.
Partly cloudy. Becoming cloudy near midnight. Low minus 7.
Cloudy. Periods of snow beginning late in the morning. Snow mixed with ice pellets in the afternoon. Snow and ice pellet amount 2 to 4 cm. High zero.
|Periods of snow mixed with ice pellets||A mix of sun and cloud||Snow||Chance of flurries||Cloudy||A mix of sun and cloud|
-2° | -3°
28° | 27°
-6° | -9°
21° | 16°
-7° | -10°
19° | 14°
-7° | -16°
19° | 3°
-6° | -15°
21° | 5°
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