WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - After Wilmington reported its second warmest June on record, a strong Canadian high centered over the Great Lakes has brought a much cooler start to July. Over the next several days temperatures will trend below normal particularly at night with an unusually dry airmass in place over the area.
Highs today and tomorrow will top out in the mid 80's (about four degrees below normal). Lows will bottom out in the low 60's with upper 50's likely away from the coast. This is about nine degrees below normal. Expect sunny days and clear nights
As high pressure slides to the southeast temperatures and humidity levels will gradually rise through the holiday weekend. By Monday highs could reach 90 once again and lows could be back in the low 70's next week. Enjoy the great weather while you can!