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How is the weather in Stonewall?

Currently, the weather in Stonewall is (visible on right side of the screen) and feels like . The wind has a velocity of .

It is day or night in Stonewall?

At this time in Stonewall is . Weather conditions can range from clear and sunny to cloudy, rainy, snowy, or stormy. Now the condition is .

Where is located Stonewall?

Stonewall is located in Canada with a latitude of 50.135154 and longitude of -97.32739599999999.

Is it cloudy in Stonewall?

The clouds have a percentage of . Clouds are visible masses of water droplets or ice crystals suspended in the atmosphere formed when air rises and cools.

How much humidity is in Stonewall aer?

The humidity percentage is about . The humidity bar is a visual representation that displays the level of humidity in the air. It typically ranges from 0% to 100%, with 0% indicating very dry air and 100% indicating saturated, humid air.

What's the timezone of Stonewall?

The timezone for Stonewall, Canada is . The timezone is a region of the globe that observes a uniform standard time for legal, commercial, and social purposes.

What's UV index of Stonewall?

The UV index is out of 11, indicating how much exposure to harmful UV radiation exists. The UV Index provides a daily forecast of the expected intensity of ultraviolet (UV) radiation from the sun.

What's the datetime in Stonewall?

The local datetime in Stonewall is . The epoch time, also known as Unix time or POSIX time is .

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