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Rowan weather: Another round of potentially severe storms

Another round of spring storms could turn severe today.

A warm front will move over our area this afternoon, bringing isolated to scattered showers and thunderstorms. The chance of precipitation is 30 percent.

These storms could be strong, with small hail and gusty winds.

Clouds will increase today, with a high of 75. Winds will become south at 5-9 mph this morning.

Another round of more dangerous storms will enter the region tonight ahead of a cold front. The chance of rain is 70 percent. The main threats from these storms is large hail and damaging winds. An isolated tornado is also possible.

Patchy fog is also possible overnight, with a low of 54. South southeast wind will blow at 11-14 mph, gusting up to 23 mph, except higher in storms. A quarter to half inch of rain is possible, with higher amounts in thunderstorms.

Thursday will begin with a 30 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. It will be mostly cloudy and windy, with west southwest winds at 16-20 mph and gusts around 29 mph or higher. The high will be 61.

Thursday night will be partly cloudy, cold and windy. The low will be 36, with areas of frost possible in the county. West wind will blow at 11-16 mph, and gust up to 24 mph.

Friday will be cooler again, with a high of 57 under mostly sunny skies. The wind will not relent, coming from the west at 11-18 mph, gusting up to 28 mph.

Friday night will be clear, with a low of 34, and another chance of frost.

The weekend will be sunny and warmer. Saturday’s high will be 64, with a low of 38.

Sunday’s high of 70 will begin a warming trend. The low will e 47.

Monday will be sunny and 76, with a low of 52.

And Tuesday will also be sunny with a high of 77.



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