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Rowan weather: Mostly sunny, Code Yellow air

The weather forecast is pretty simple this week: Mostly sunny and in the 80s.

But the air quality will be code yellow for the next few days, meaning moderate air quality. Unusually sensitive people may be affected. The Code Yellow is for today, Tuesday and Wednesday.

Patchy fog will linger until about 10 a.m., then it will be mostly sunny and 83, with north northeast wind around 6 mph.

Patchy fog will form after 1 a.m., with partly cloudy skies and a low around 62.

Fog will stick around until about 9 on Tuesday, then it will be mostly sunny and 83, with northwest wind around 6 mph. The low will be 64.

Wednesday will be the warmest day, with mostly sunny skies and a high of 86. The low will be 64.

Thursday will be mostly sunny and 85, with a low of 64.

Friday will be mostly sunny and 83, with a low of 61.

Saturday will be mostly sunny and 82, with a low of 60.

And Sunday should be mostly sunny with a high of 82.

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