First Alert Forecast: teeth-chattering temperatures around Thanksgiving, soggy storm system soon after

November 21, 2018 at 6:04 AM

Gannon Medwick

Chief Meteorologist

Gannon Medwick

WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Hello on a Wednesday! Here in the First Alert Forecast Center, we're psyched that a high pressure system will bring a chilly but importantly dry and drama-free stretch of weather to the Cape Fear Region right through Thanksgiving. It's a great setup for last-minute errands, local and regional travel, and traditonal holiday activities! A speedy storm system will briefly spike rain chances, but not until later in the holiday weekend. Here, you can catch your full First Alert Planning Forecast and, while you do, please note the following highlights:

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