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WEATHER: Sunday will be wet, breezy, and chilly

NEW HANOVER, NC (WECT) – A trough of low pressure will keep the forecast unsettled on Sunday.  In fact if you have outdoor plans you may want to go with plan B.   Sunday morning will feature isolated to scattered showers with temperatures in the upper 40's.  Wind chills may dip into the upper 30's with a stiff northeast breeze at 15 mph.  The wind will get even stronger by afternoon with gusts over 20 mph.  Rain should become more widespread, especially near the coast as highs reach the upper 50's.  Rainfall totals will range from about a quarter inch near I-95 to nearly an inch at the coast.   Scattered showers remain in the picture on Sunday night with lows near 50. 

Monday to Wednesday will remain mostly cloudy and a bit unsettled. Spotty to isolated showers will be possible each day.  Afternoon highs will be in the low to mid 60's.  Lows will be in the mid 40's.  Thanksgiving Day will be sunny and pleasant with highs in the mid 60's.

Sunday 59/51   Monday  62/47   Tuesday  63/47   Wednesday 64/46   Thanksgiving Day 66/43

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