WILMINGTON, NC (WECT) - Happy Sunday! The low pressure system that delivered showers Sunday will drift offshore heading into early next week. Although clouds will congest the skies Monday, expect gradual clearing by Tuesday. Also, temperatures will start to trend more seasonable, in the middle 50s. Dry high pressure will build into the are next week before the next storm system arrives next weekend. Check out your First Alert Planning Forecast and please pay special attention to these key points:
- Your Bus Stop Forecast highlights temperatures mainly in the chilly 30s. Winter jackets will be needed in the morning as well as through the afternoon - high will only climb into the 40s.
- Temperatures this week will become more comfortable and seasonable through the work week. The week will begin with below normal highs and low then above normal by the end of the week.
- Rain chances will be near zero for much of the week ahead; however, the next chance for showers will arrive by the weekend. Your First Alert Weather team will fine-tune this forecast through the week... stay tuned.
- Just a reminder! You can catch a forecast honed for your exact location on your free WECT Weather App. The forecast shown here is specifically for our Wilmington Metro zone.