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First Alert Forecast: stormy pattern to slowly ease

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - The storm system that has brought bouts of showers and even severe weather to the region this week will slowly depart the region between Wednesday night and Friday. Details...

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Expect mostly cloudy skies, warm and humid south breezes, and the possibility of a shower, downpour, or stray thunderstorm. Lows: near 70.

THURSDAY: Remain weather-aware! The potential for scattered to numerous showers and locally strong / severe storms with wind / hail issues will remain. Highs: upper 70s and lower 80s.

FRIDAY: Cooler daytime temperatures in the 60s to lower 70s will likely prevent severe weather from developing, but a few lingering showers will be possible from an otherwise variably cloudy sky.

WEEKEND: Overall, expect nice conditions! Saturday will likely feature partly cloudy skies, only a small chance of showers, and highs in the 70s. And for Sunday, enjoy sun and highs near 80!

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