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First Alert Weather: beautiful spring pattern underway!

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A high pressure system will bring a dry and warming weather pattern for the early to middle parts of this week.

MONDAY NIGHT: Temperatures will fall to seasonably cool levels - lower and mid 40s - under mostly clear skies. Winds: light or calm.  

TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY: Expect partly to mostly sunny skies! Highs will mainly be in the low to mid 70s Tuesday and 70s to around 80 Wednesday. Tree pollen levels: high.

EXTENDED FORECAST HIGHLIGHTS:  Dry and warm weather will persist for Thursday and most if not all of Friday. A cold front will bring a 40% shower chance for Saturday.  

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