First Alert Forecast: Trick-or-Treat weather not perfect, but certainly not horrifying
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Great to see you late on this Halloween! Your First Alert Forecast continues with a freaky front moving into the Cape Fear Region. You might see a little eerie fog and some frightening clouds, but a bit of star and moon light could stab through. Temperatures will take a dip back to the eerily warm middle 60s. Chances for spooky showers will operate around 20 to 30% through trick-or-treat time and 30 to 40% overnight and into Tuesday. Though a rogue spine-tingling rumble may mix in, the odds for severe-rated storms are quite low. Keep an eye out for candy-seeking ghouls and goblins and take extra care near and after that 6:19 p.m. sunset!
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In the tropics, new Tropical Storm Lisa will cruise westward through the Caribbean Sea through Tuesday. Central America, especially Belize and adjacent countries, will feel impacts from this system by Wednesday and Thursday. Though the Carolinas face no definable tropical storm threats, wect.com/hurricane remains open for you as Atlantic Hurricane Season enters November - its final official month!
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