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Rowan weather: Gray, chilly

Today will be another chilly, damp one, with temperatures in the 40s all day.

There’s a 60 percent chance of rain, with showers before 9, then rain or drizzle. Expect patchy fog and cloudy skies with a high of 48. North northeast wind at 9 mph will make it feel even chillier.

Tonight also has a 60 percent chance of rain or drizzle and more patchy fog. It will be cloudy and 43, with north northeast wind at 5-8 mph. A tenth to quarter inch of rain is possible.

Rain or drizzle is likely Thursday, too, with a 60 percent chance of precipitation. The morning will be foggy, then the day will be mostly cloudy with a high near 54 and north wind at 3-6 mph.

Thursday night will be partly cloudy and cold, with a low of 37 and north wind at 6 mph after midnight.

Friday, the sun returns, and we’ll have a high of 57, along with north wind at 3-8 mph.

Watch out Friday night — a freeze warning is likely, with temperatures dipping to 29 degrees.

Veterans Day will be sunny and 48, a cool day for the parade and other activities. The low will be below freezing again, around 31 degrees.

Sunday will be partly sunny and 51, with a 30 percent chance of showers Sunday night and a low of 38.

Monday will be mostly sunny and 59, with a low of 38.

Tuesday will be mostly sunny and 59, as well.



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