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First Alert Weather: spring pattern, including a chance for storms, returns

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A more seasonable pattern of spring temperatures will return in this forecast period. A cold front will bring the highest chance for stormy weather on Saturday.

THURSDAY NIGHT: Not nearly as cold as Wednesday night! Expect partly cloudy skies, light south breezes, and low temperatures mainly in the upper 40s. Chance of a shower: 10%. 

FRIDAY: Expect variable clouds, light south breezes, and highs in the seasonable lower 70s (inland) and upper 60s (beaches). Chance of a shower or thundershower: 40%.

SATURDAY:
 Expect an unsettled day with the chance for showers and thunderstorms near 50% early and 70% late. *Some storms may have heavy precipitation and gusty winds.* Highs: 70s.

SUNDAY: Expect variable clouds and a slight chance of leftover showers. Temperatures will grow cooler but not as low as the recent cold snap. Daytime: 50s and 60s. Sunday night: 30s and 40s.

A PEEK INTO NEXT WEEK: A pattern of dry or mostly dry weather and warming temperatures will emerge with daytime temperatures likely regularly reaching the 70s. 

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