WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Cooler conditions persist in spite of tenacious west and southwesterly winds through Saturday. Sunday a stronger, fast moving, 'coastal low' advances from the northern Gulf of Mexico through the region bringing wet and stormy weather.
FRIDAY: Light northerly winds will keep conditions chilly for the start of the day, and clouds will help to keep us cooler into the afternoon. Expect highs to move into the mid-50s.
SATURDAY: Small, yet increasing rain chances throughout the day, afternoon rain chances near 20% but bump up to 40-50% late during the evening. Highs in the 50s and low 60s.
SUNDAY: An 80 to 90% rain chance and a few thunderstorms may even mix with the showers. Temperatures will grow to the 60s for Sunday amid gusty south breezes.
A PEEK INTO NEXT WEEK: In the wake of Sunday's storm system, Monday through Thursday of next week will likely feature variable clouds, low rain chances, and chilly daily high temperatures of mainly the 50s on Monday and 40s for subsequent days ...and midnight on Wednesday will likely have chilly 20s and 30s to ring in 2014!
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