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First Alert Forecast: warmest week so far in 2014 continues... record highs soon?

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - The warmest week of 2014 (so far!) will continue with a summery high pressure system in-place. Details now...

WEDNESDAY NIGHT: Expect partly cloudy skies (patchy fog possible), light and variable winds, and lows in the 60s. Rain chance: near 10%.

THURSDAY: Expect sun, toasty southwest breezes, and highs mainly in the upper 80s and lower 90s. May 8th's record high of 92 will be challenged!

FRIDAY: Another warm one! With more abundant sunshine - temperatures will be in the 80s and even lower 90s for most of the day.

WEEKEND: Expect partly sunny, warm and muggy conditions with daily highs in the 80s. Thundershower chances: near 20% Saturday, near 30% for Mothers Day.

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