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Rowan weather: Warm Wednesday, then back to winter

Looks like we won’t be getting any snow this week after all, but plenty of rain and a wide range of temperatures.

Today rain is likely after noon, with a 60 percent chance. We’ll have a high of 41 with temperatures dropping during the day. It’s just 40 at 7:30 a.m.

Tonight, we have a 50 percent chance of rain or drizzle and another possibility of patchy fog. The temperature will rise to 46 by 5 a.m. Wednesday.

And it will keep warming up Wednesday, to a high near 69 degrees. Skies will be mostly cloudy. Wednesday night, there’s an 80 percent chance of rain, with a low of just 45.

Thursday morning also has an 80 percent chance of rain, with a high near 47. The low will be a cold 23.

There’s a chance of sun Friday, with a high near 41 and another cold low, around 24 degrees.

Saturday should be sunny and near 53, with a low right at the freezing mark.

Sunday, too, looks mostly sunny with a high near 56. Sunday night’s low will be around 36.

And for Monday, sun again, with a high near 59.

So, put away your heavy coat Wednesday, and carry an umbrella, which you can hold onto for Thursday. May need that coat again, especially for Friday.

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