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Current ConditionsMon Mar 02, 15 at 10:00 AM EST
Feels like: -26
Feels like: -15
Sunrise: 7:11 AM
Sunset: 6:12 PM
NNW 23 km/h
Pressure: 102.5 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Mon Mar 02, 15 at 7:19 AM EST Mon Mar 02, 15 at 7:19 AM EST
Light snow ending this morning then clearing. Local blowing snow early this morning. Wind northwest 30 km/h becoming light this morning. High minus 9. Wind chill minus 29 this morning.
Clear. Low minus 17.
Sunny. Increasing cloudiness late in the morning then snow. Amount 5 cm. Wind becoming south 20 km/h gusting to 40 in the morning. High minus 4. Wind chill minus 25.
|Snow||Chance of snow||A mix of sun and cloud||Chance of flurries||Chance of flurries||Chance of flurries|
-14° | -15°
7° | 5°
-9° | -25°
16° | -13°
-8° | -22°
18° | -8°
-6° | -19°
21° | -2°
-4° | -14°
25° | 7°
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