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Rowan weather: More frosty mornings ahead

Another frosty morning with the frost expected to hang around until 9 a.m. They it will be sunny and 64, with winds from the north at 5-7 mph.

Tonight will be clear and cold again, with a low of 36.

We rebound to 70 for a high on Veterans Day, with plenty of sunshine. Winds will be from the northwest at 5-7 mph.

Patchy frost is possible after 5 a.m. Saturday, and the low Friday will be 39 with north northeast wind at 5-8 mph.

Saturday’s frost will linger until just 7 a.m., then it will be another sunny day with a high of 56 and more north northeast wind at 5-7 mph. Frost will begin to form after 11 p.m., with a cold low of 29, the first night in the 20s this fall.

Frost will stick around until 8 Sunday, which will be another sunny day with a high of 62. The low will be 36.

Frost will form between 5 and 8 a.m. Monday. Look for more sunshine and a high of 64. The low will be 39.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny and 66, with a low of 41.

And Wednesday will be mostly sunny with a high of 66.

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