First Alert Forecast: mainly dry weather continues, shot at showers late in the week

Updated: Apr. 13, 2021 at 2:38 PM EDT
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WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Great to see you late on this Tuesday! Your First Alert Forecast features mainly dry skies with hide-and-seek sun across the Cape Fear Region. Under mostly clear skies and comfortable southeast breezes, temperatures will take a dip back to the 50s overnight. Temperatures Wednesday afternoon will grow to the 70s to locally near 80 and dry northerly breezes will gust to more than 15 mph at times. As with many of the days prior, please be cautious with flame!

As a cold front approaches, shower and thundershower odds will grow to their highest levels of the forecast period: 20% Wednesday, 40% Wednesday night. and 30% Thursday. Lower rain chances ought to return after the front passes and temperatures will cool, too. Expect lows in the chilly but not quite frosty 40s Thursday night and Friday morning.

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