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Rowan weather: We may see some rain

Were you one of the lucky ones who got a little bit of rain?

There’s another 40 percent chance today, with a complicated set of circumstances that may or may not trigger showers and storms.

It’s possible a line of storms moving across the mountains this morning may drop some rain later. Then, it could be several hours of quiet as the next disturbance moves through, until mid-afternoon, when storms are possible again and could be heavier. Then a third round of storms is possible lat tonight through early Wednesday.

Today’s high under partly sunny skies, will be 91, with winds increasing from the southwest at 5-10 mph, up to 21 mph.

Tonight, the chance of showers and thunderstorms is 50 percent, and the low will be 69.

Wednesday will be mostly sunny and 89, a touch cooler. The low will be 68 with a breeze from the north northwest.

It will be 89 again on Thursday, with more sunny skies and a north northwest breeze. The low will again be 68.

Friday will be pretty much the same, a high near 89 and a low of71.

Saturday has a 30 percent chance of afternoon showers and storms, with partly sunny skies and a high near 93. Saturday night has the same rain chance and a low of 71.

For Sunday, same thing, a 30 percent chance of rain, partly sunny and 90, with the same chance of rain Sunday night and a low around 70.

Monday will be partly sunny, no mention of rain and a high near 93.



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