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First Alert Forecast: warm pattern stays for Mothers Day weekend

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - A summery high pressure system will continue to govern our weather with warm temperatures and low rain chances through the weekend. Details...

FRIDAY NIGHT: Expect fair to partly cloudy skies, light southwest breezes, and low temperatures mainly in the upper 60s. Shower / storm chance: near 0%.

WEEKEND: Expect partly sunny, very warm and muggy conditions with daily highs mainly in the 80s. Shower / thunderstorm chances: 20 to 30% Saturday and for Mothers Day.

A PEEK INTO NEXT WEEK: Daily highs in the 80s to possibly 90s will likely continue Monday through Wednesday. Shower / thunderstorm chances: maxing near 30 - 40% Wednesday to Thursday.

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