WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) –Another reinforcing shot of cold air moves in from the north and west helping to ensure a cold start to your Thursday morning. In spite of low temperatures in the 30s, we will warm our first November afternoon to the mid 60s for most locations. Some afternoon breezes are possible, but clouds will be hard to find as high pressure squeezes in from the west.
A cold front rolls off shore on Monday into Tuesday bringing shower chances and the possibility of stormy conditions on elections day (Tuesday).
Don't forget to set your clock back an hour Saturday night into Sunday morning as Daylight Savings Time ends.
Climate Data: http://www.nws.noaa.gov/climate/getclimate.php?wfo=ilm
Some interesting facts from looking at October 2012:
Our monthly average temperature ended up being exactly what it is supposed to be, and our rainfall was up 0.59 inches from average.
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