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Current ConditionsThu Dec 05, 13 at 10:00 AM MST
Feels like: -40
Feels like: -40
Sunrise: 9:44 AM
Sunset: 3:12 PM
NNW 7 km/h
Pressure: 104.6 kPa
Summary(Celsius) Thu Dec 05, 13 at 11:00 AM MST Thu Dec 05, 13 at 11:00 AM MST
Sunny. High minus 25.
Clear. Low minus 27.
Sunny. Wind becoming southwest 30 km/h late in the morning. High minus 19. Wind chill minus 32.
|Sunny||Sunny||Sunny||Chance of flurries||Sunny||Sunny|
-22° | -24°
-8° | -11°
-24° | -30°
-11° | -22°
-20° | -24°
-4° | -11°
-24° | -29°
-11° | -20°
-25° | -28°
-13° | -18°
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