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Rowan weather: Mostly sunny and warmer

The humidity is actually under 100 percent this morning, at 78 percent, and the temperature of 68 degrees makes it seem almost refreshing.

The next seven days are going to be pretty much the same, and there’s no rain mentioned. A few people got a surprise shower last night.

Today will be mostly sunny and 86, with north wind at 6-8 mph. Tonight will be mostly clear and a cool 62, with north wind around 5 mph, calming later.

Wednesday will also be mostly sunny, with a high of 85 and the wind will be from the north northeast at 57 mph, but diminishing in the afternoon. Mostly clear again for Wednesday night, with a low of 64.

Thursday will be sunny and 86, with a light northeast breeze in the afternoon. Another clear night will lead to a low of 64.

Mostly sunny and 86 again for Friday, with a partly cloudy night and lows around 64.

The weekend will be fine for any outdoor activities, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 85 for Saturday. The low will be 66.

For Sunday, mostly sunny again, with a high of 89 — getting really warm again. Sunday night will be partly cloudy and 67.

We return to the 90s on Monday — you knew it was too good to be true — with mostly sunny skies.

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