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Rowan weather: Clouds move in

It’s going to feel like another spring day today, with a high of 68, but it will be mostly cloudy. We have a 20 percent chance of showers after 3 p.m.

It’s also going to be windy, with southwest wind at 6-8 mph, gusting to 21 mph.

Tonight, the chance of rain will be 30 percent, mainly after 2 a.m. It will be mostly cloudy and 55. Southwest wind will again be gusty, with sustained winds at 7-9 mph and gusts around 20 mph.

A slow-moving cold front will bring deep moisture across the western Carolinas and northeast Georgia on Wednesday and Thursday.

Periods of heavy rain are possible ahead and along the front, mainly from Wednesday evening through Thursday evening, with the heaviest rain

expected on Thursday. Enough rain may fall to raise the potential for flooding along creeks, streams and low-lying areas.

Some of the thunderstorms could be strong to severe with damaging wind gusts, mainly along and south and east of Interstate 85.

Wednesday will be cloudy and 68, with southwest wind at 7-9 mph The chance of showers will be 60 percent, with less than a tenth of an inch of rain expected.

Wednesday night’s chance of rain will be 90 percent, with a half to three-quarters of an inch of rain possible. The low will be 58, with south wind at 6-9 mph.

Thursday brings a 100 percent chance of showers and thunderstorms. The high will be 66, with south wind at 8-10 mph. Thursday night’s chance of showers and storms will be 90 percent, with a low of 49.

Friday will start with a 40 percent chance of showers before 10 a.m., then be mostly sunny and cooler, with a high of 55. A clear night will bring a low of 32.

Saturday will be mostly sunny and 52, but a 40 percent chance of rain is possible after 8 p.m. It will be mostly cloudy and 37.

Sunday will be mostly sunny and 54, with a 30 percent chance of rain. It will be a mostly clear night, with a low of 33.

Monday will also be mostly sunny, with a high of 57.

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