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Rowan weather: Blistering

If you can make it through today and tomorrow, we’ll see a cooler trend starting and going into next week.

Today will be sunny and 94. The heat index will be around 99 degrees, dangerously hot. It is a Code Yellow air quality day for ozone and particle pollution.

Tonight will be clear, with a low of 66 and calm wind. Patchy fog will form between 2 and 3 a.m.

Thursday will surely break a record, with a high of 95 and light northwest wind. The heat index will be 100 or more degrees. And the air quality will remain at Code Yellow.

Thursday night will be mostly clear and 67, with calm wind.

Friday will be sunny and 88, with winds from the north at 5-8 mph. The low will be 56, with partly cloudy skies.

Saturday will be mostly cloudy and 74, a nice break from the scorching heat. The low will be 57, with mostly cloudy skies.

Sunday will be mostly cloudy and 79. It will be another mostly cloudy night, with a low of 61.

Monday will be mostly cloudy and 80, with a 40 percent chance of rain and thunderstorms. Monday night has the same chance of rain. It will be mostly cloudy and 56.

Tuesday will have a 30 percent chance of rain. It will be partly sunny and 74.

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