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Rowan weather: A sunny day ahead

The sunshine has returned for a day, but it’s going to be cooler. You probably had to scrape heavy frost off your windshield.

Today’s high will be 60 with east wind at 5-7 mph. Tonight, clouds increase and we’ll have a low of 41.

Wednesday has a 70 percent chance of rain and showers, starting early in the morning. It will be cloudy and 56, with south southwest wind around 5 mph in the afternoon. A tenth to quarter inch of rain is possible.

The chance of rain goes up to 90 percent Wednesday night, with a low of 50. A half to three-quarters of an inch of rain is possible.

Thursday’s chance of rain is 80 percent, with a high of 63. West southwest winds will be at 5-9 mph in the morning. Showers taper off Thursday afternoon, with just a 30 percent chance of showers overnight. The low will be 43.

Friday, it’s back to sun, with a high of 58; the low will be 35.

Saturday, too, should be sunny and 57. We’ll have a cold low of 33.

Sunday will look familiar, sunny, 56, with a low of 33.

And Monday will be mostly sunny and 56.

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