WXSIM Forecast for: Wawa
Issued by: Wawaweather.net
Updated: Friday, 03-Apr-2020 10:30 pm
 
Rest of
tonight
Mostly Cloudy
Mostly Cloudy
Saturday

Cloudy
Cloudy
Saturday
night
Cloudy
Cloudy
Sunday

Cloudy
Cloudy
Sunday
night
Cloudy
Cloudy
Monday

Cloudy
Cloudy
Monday
night
Cloudy
Cloudy
Tuesday

Cloudy
Cloudy
Low: -3°C High: 7°C Low: 1°C High: 9°C Low: 2°C High: 10°C Low: 3°C High: 11°C
               
E
10
kph
Light breeze
SE
15-28
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
14-26
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
15-29
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
14-27
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
15-29
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
14-27
kph
Moderate breeze
SE
15-29
kph
Moderate breeze

 

Rest of tonight
 
Mostly cloudy. Low -3°C. Wind chill as low as -7. Wind east around 10 kph.
Saturday
 
Cloudy. High 7°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Saturday night
 
Cloudy. Low 1°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 26 kph.
Sunday
 
Cloudy. High 9°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Sunday night
 
Cloudy. Low 2°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 27 kph.
Monday
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. High 10°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Monday night
 
Cloudy. Low 3°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 27 kph.
Tuesday
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. High 11°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Tuesday night
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. Low 4°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Wednesday
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. High 12°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Wednesday night
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. Low 4°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Thursday
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. High 13°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Thursday night
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. Low 4°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 28 kph.
Friday
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. High 13°C. Wind southeast around 15 kph, gusting to 29 kph.
Friday night
 
Cloudy. Relatively mild. Low 5°C. Wind southeast around 14 kph, gusting to 28 kph.

WXSIM forecast formatting script by Saratoga-Weather.org modified by Wawaweather.net.




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