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Rowan weather: Same old, same old

It’s a rather unpleasant morning, with warm temperatures and high humidity. It will warm up to 92 today, with partly sunny skies and a slight breeze this afternoon.

Tonight, there’s a 30 percent chance of showers and storms, with patchy fog possible after that. The low will be around 68.

Then we’re in for several sunny, hot days. Thursday will be mostly sunny with a high near 94. The low will be 71.

Friday will be mostly sunny and 92, with a low of 70.

Saturday will be mostly sunny again, with a high of 92 and another low of 70.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and 93, with a low of 71.

And Monday will be partly sunny, but warmer, with a high near 94.

There’s now a 30 percent chance of showers and storms for Monday night, with a low of 71, and the same chance of rain for Tuesday, with a high of 92.

You might want to think about watering your landscaping a bit since there is so little chance of rain. Make sure the pets and people have water, too.

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