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WEATHER: Rain ending by midday; partly cloudy afternoon

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – After a rainy morning, we should start to clear out by midday. Clouds will decrease from west to east, but overall you can expect a partly cloudy and breezy day as an area of low pressure exits off shore. Temperatures will climb near 60 degrees.

Mainly clear skies are expected tonight and winds will shift out of the northwest allowing temperatures to plummet. Temperatures will fall into the mid 30s near the coast and low 30s inland.

Abundant sunshine is expected for Sunday, but it will be cold and breezy. Temperatures are only expected to climb into the upper 40s during the day, falling into the upper 20s near the coast and mid 20s inland overnight.  

S: 60/35               

S: 49/29

M: 55/42

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