WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Good Sunday to you! What a busy afternoon! As the remnants of Delta passed through the Carolinas, a few tornado warnings were issued locally, mainly in Columbus county. The bulk of the activity is moving away from the region however a fews showers or an isolated storm is possible tonight. Odds for showers will drop off to 30 Monday and 10-20% Monday night.
Ahead of our next cold front slated for midweek, temperatures will climb to the lower and middle 80s Monday and Tuesday. Seasonable afternoon highs return Wednesday through Friday before a big cool down next weekend! Expect unseasonably cool highs in the upper 60s and lows in the 50s, possibly 40s further inland.
Elsewhere in the tropics, tropical development is not expected at least through early next week. The end of the Atlantic Hurricane Season is November 30. Catch your seven-day forecast for Wilmington here or a full ten-day outlook for any location you choose on your WECT Weather App. And thank you for trusting your First Alert Weather Team.