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Rowan weather: Summer returns

Starting with today’s high of 74, we begin a warming trend throughout the next week.

You might see some patchy fog this morning before 10, but then the sun will come out and we’’ll have a light wind around 5 mph from the north. Tonight’s low will be 48, with calm wind.

Patchy fog may appear as early as 5 a.m. Saturday, but it should be gone by 8. It will be sunny and 79, a summer-like day. Calm wind will become southwest at 5-7 mph. The low will be 54, with calming winds.

We’re back to the 80s on a sunny Sunday, with a high of 82 and west winds around 6 mph in the afternoon. The low will be 55.

Monday, more sun and a high of 78, with a low of 55.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny, with a high of 75 and a low of 54.

Back up to 80 for Wednesday, with more sun. The low will be 54.

And Thursday will have a high of 77, with mostly sunny skies.

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