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Current ConditionsWed Nov 25, 15 at 6:00 AM PST
Feels like: -10
Feels like: 14
Sunrise: 7:24 AM
Sunset: 4:06 PM
N 14 km/h
Pressure: 103.3 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Wed Nov 25, 15 at 5:00 AM PST Wed Nov 25, 15 at 5:00 AM PST
Mainly sunny. Wind north 30 km/h gusting to 50. High minus 2.
Clear. Increasing cloudiness near midnight. Wind north 20 km/h becoming light this evening. Low minus 6.
Clearing. Wind becoming north 20 km/h in the afternoon. High minus 2.
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