First Alert Forecast: brief cool spell
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Your First Alert Forecast continues with brisk northerly breezes. Wednesday night will feature clear, crisp 40s for most of the Cape Fear Region; some isolated outlying spots may manage to muster the frosty 30s. In the coming days, temperatures will rebound.
Wilmington officially picked up 0.09 inches of rain after a few gusty showers visited the Cape Fear Region Tuesday night. The March total for the Port City is now 2.67 inches and, with 0% rain chances in your First Alert Forecast through Friday, it is likely to rest there. Saturday, April 1 carries the next chance for a shower or storm - for now: 40 to 50% - with the approach of a blustery cold front. More lovely spring weather is expected early next week.
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