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Rowan weather: Rain, then more rain

Today is going to be a washout, with rain, showers and thunderstorms into the early morning hours of Saturday.

The chance of rain is 90 percent, with rain before 4 p.m., then showers between 4 and 5 p.m., then a thunderstorm possible after that.

Patchy fog will be around all day. The high will be 52, but winds will make it feel cooler. Winds will be east northeast at 6-9 mph, then shift to the southeast, with gusts as high as 24 mph. A quarter to half inch of rain is expected.

Tonight’s chance of rain is 100 percent, with rain and a few thunderstorms before 1 a.m., then showers later. Some of the storms could have heavy rainfall. Again, look for patchy fog. The low will be 39, with south southeast wind at 5-9 mph. Three-quarters to an inch of rain is possible.

Saturday will start out cloudy, then clear gradually. The high will be 52, with west wind at 5-8 mph. Saturday night will be mostly clear and 30, with west northwest wind around 5 mph calming in the evening.

Sunday will be sunny and 50. West winds will be at 5-8 mph. The low will be 32, with partly cloudy skies.

Monday will be partly sunny and 52, with a low around 30.

Tuesday will be sunny and 52; the low will be 33.

Wednesday will be partly sunny and 51. A mostly cloudy night will have a low of 35.

And Thursday should be partly sunny and 51.



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