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Rowan weather: Cool start today, cooler tomorrow

This morning was a welcome change from the sticky mornings we’ve had for months.

Today will be mostly sunny and just 75, with east northeast wind at 5-8 mph. It will be a Code Yellow air quality day for ozone. Unusually sensitive people may be affected.

Tonight will be mostly clear and downright chilly, with a low of 48 and light east wind.

Friday will be sunny and 79, with calm wind. The low will be 54 with clear skies and calm wind.

The weekend brings a warm up leading into fall. Saturday will be sunny and 85, with calm wind. The low will be 58, with clear skies.

Sunday will be sunny and 87. The low will be 60, with mostly clear skies.

Monday is the first day of fall and it will be sunny and 88. The low will be 64, with partly cloudy skies.

Tuesday will be sunny and 89, with a low of 62 and partly cloudy skies.

And Wednesday will be mostly sunny and 88.



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