WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Good Sunday to you! Hope your weekend has treated you well so far. A new low pressure system will pool moisture and reform scattered showers, but not until the evening. Rain odds will grow from 0% to start the day to 30% by the late afternoon and surge to 70% overnight. A dry outcome for Wilmington’s holiday parade is possible, but the odds are trending lower. Take the umbrella tonight as we cautiously monitor radar trends.
This low pressure system will have some staying power for rain odds of to 30% Monday through Tuesday, 20% Tuesday night, and ramp up to 40% Wednesday. Thunder appears possible but most of the showers are likely to be lightning-free.
Temperatures, both high and low, will gradually warm through the early week, topping off in the low 60s Sunday and low and middle 70s Monday and Tuesday, respectively. Lows will grow significant;y from their start in the 30s and 40s this morning to the 50s tonight and in the 60 tomorrow night.
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