First Alert Forecast: some shots of rain to close January

Your First Alert Forecast for Wednesday evening Jan. 29, 2020

WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Happy Wednesday evening to you! Thanks for checking in! In your First Alert Forecast, an active jet stream pattern will deliver varying rain chances to the Cape Fear Region. Plan around these odds: a clean 0% Wednesday evening, a modest 30% Wednesday night, Thursday morning, and Friday afternoon, and then a more significant 70% Friday night. Showers ought to be pedestrian and manageable i.e. neither flooding nor severe weather are thankfully not part of the narrative at this time.

Other First Alert Forecast highlights include...

- a risk of a leftover shower on an otherwise dry Saturday.

- a completely dry Groundhog Day / Super Bowl Sunday.

- seasonably cool temperatures leading up to the weekend.

- balmier-than-average air developing early next week. Highs return to the 60s.

Catch your First Alert Forecast for the next seven days at Wilmington right here. Of course, with your WECT Weather App, you can tailor your forecast for your exact location and go out to a ten-day span. As always, thank you for your trust and have a great day and week!

7-day Forecast

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