First Alert Forecast: tropics teem with activity amid remarkable November warmth... for now
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Great to see you late on this Wednesday. Your First Alert Forecast continues with a pleasant autumn feel across the Cape Fear Region. Temperatures will take a dip into the 50s overnight. Expect high temperatures Thursday to crest mainly in the middle 70s amid fresh northeast breezes. Skies ought to stay dry with partly to mostly sunny skies.
With a toasty high pressure ridge governing your First Alert Forecast for this weekend, expect even toastier upper 70s and lower 80s for the days and readings no cooler than the 50s and 60s for the nights. Any shots of cold and frosty air will certainly wait until after Election Day and possibly not arrive until well after Veterans Day. Daily rain chances will hover in minimal ranges before a developing low pressure system, possibly with some tropical or hybrid characteristics, swells them a bit next week.
Your First Alert Weather Team is monitoring plenty of current tropical storm activity, too, as November, the final official month of Atlantic Hurricane Season, is off to a roaring start. Lisa, for one, made landfall in Belize late Wednesday afternoon as a category one hurricane . And over open North Atlantic waters, Martin will operate as a strong tropical storm or hurricane before turning into a cold core system in a couple of days.
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