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North America map
showers
Honolulu  21/30 
Los Angeles  16/26 
sunny
sunny
Miami  24/30 
showers
Montreal  15/18 
mostly sunny
New York  15/24 
San Francisco  11/20 
sunny
Toronto  9/21 
mostly sunny
Vancouver  7/15 
possible shower
Washington DC  19/30 
mostly sunny

Now in Calgary

Temperature
1.0°C
Dew point
0.0°C
Relative humidity
93%
Feels like
-3.5°C
Wind
NE 16km/h
Pressure
-

Calgary Forecast

  Forecast Min Max
°C °C
Tue
Snow -1 3
Wed
Cloudy -1 4
Thu
Showers -1 6
Fri
Mostly sunny -1 4
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Canada Weather Forecasts for Friday

City Forecast Min Max Chance of rain UV index
°C °C
Calgary
Mostly sunny -1 4 60% Moderate
Charlottetown
Showers 8 13 10% Moderate
Churchill
Mostly sunny -8 -1 10% -
Edmonton
Sunny -2 6 60% Moderate
Fredericton
Showers 3 13 20% Moderate
Halifax
Showers 9 14 50% Moderate
Kamloops
Mostly sunny 5 18 50% Moderate
Kelowna
Rain 5 15 60% Moderate
London
Increasing sunshine 8 17 10% Moderate
Montreal
Showers 15 18 80% Moderate
Ottawa
Possible shower 15 25 10% Moderate
Quebec
Showers 8 15 50% Moderate
Regina
Mostly sunny -5 6 20% Moderate
Saint John
Showers 6 14 20% Moderate
Saskatoon
Sunny -6 7 20% Moderate
St. Johns
Showers -3 3 40% Moderate
Thunder Bay
Mostly sunny -2 7 10% Moderate
Toronto
Mostly sunny 9 21 80% Moderate
Vancouver
Possible shower 7 15 50% Moderate
Victoria
Mostly sunny 6 14 20% Moderate
Whitehorse
Mostly sunny 0 10 20% -
Winnipeg
Snow -3 6 40% Moderate
Yellowknife
Sunny -4 4 20% -
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16:39 EST

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