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WEATHER: A wet holiday weekend

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) – We're in for some pretty unsettled weather over the next couple of days.

Rainfall, associated with an upper level disturbance, is widespread across the area this morning. Most of the rain will move out by midday; however, this afternoon will remain mostly cloudy with highs in the low 60s.

Mostly cloudy skies are also expected tonight just ahead of another system that will bring more rain to the area Sunday. Lows will fall near 50 degrees tonight.

Sunday, will start out pretty rainy as well; however, I do expect these showers to be more scattered throughout the day Sunday. In addition, a chance of an isolated storm is possible mainly tomorrow afternoon. Temperatures will climb into the upper 60s, near 70 degrees in some areas. Rain chances are at about 50%.

Another system will bring rain into the area to start your work week.

S: 63/50               

S: 69/56

M: 70/51

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