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Weekly Summary for January 5, 2018 Units:  Metric    English   Both
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  High: Low: Average:
Temperature: -5.2 °C -17.8 °C -16.4 °C
Dew Point: -8.4 °C -17.8 °C -17.3 °C
Humidity: 78 % % 9 %
Wind Speed: 22.5 km/h - 1.4 km/h
Wind Gust: 41.8 km/h - -
Pressure: 1026.3 hPa 0 hPa -
Precipitation: 0 mm    
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Weeks Tabular Data
Temp (°C) Dew Point (°C) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (hPa) Wind (km/h) Gust Speed (km/h) Precipitation (cm)
Nil high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
Tue-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8-17.8000000
2017 Temp (°C) Dew Point (°C) Humidity (%) Sea Level Pressure (hPa) Wind (km/h) Gust Speed (km/h) Precipitation (cm)
December high ave low high ave low high ave low high low high ave high sum
Sun31-5.2-8.4-11.7-8.4-14.6-17.37862511026.31016.122.59.741.80
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