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First Alert Weather: slow-moving storm system to impact area much of Easter weekend

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A slow-moving low pressure system will bring a period of wet and unsettled weather for much of Easter weekend. A high pressure system will bring generally lower rain chances next week. Details...

FRIDAY NIGHT: Expect widespread rain, northeast winds generally 5 to 15mph, and temperatures holding mainly in the 50s. Localized poor-drainage flooding may occur if any downpours develop.

SATURDAY: Expect mostly cloudy skies with periods of rain remaining possible. Thunder and lightning is possible but severe storms are unlikely. Northeast breezes of mainly 10 to 15mph will keep temperatures a little below-average: 50s and 60s.

EASTER SUNDAY: Mostly cloudy skies may deliver a few leftover showers. Skies may become partly cloudy in some areas late in the day. Northeast breezes of mainly 10 to 20mph will preserve the coolness. Temperatures: 50s and 60s.

A PEEK INTO NEXT WEEK: Most days will feature rain chances below 20% with highs in the 70s common. The best chance of a passing shower or storm will be Tuesday / Tuesday night as a weak front passes through...

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