First Alert Forecast: shifting from unsettled to drier, cooler weather
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Showers and locally heavy storms delivered 1.67 inches of rain to Wilmington since Saturday and similar beneficial tallies across the Cape Fear Region. Lightning was especially robust at times, but that comes with the territory of spring storms. WECT was live on air at 4 a.m. as a rogue area of storm rotation developed, and the National Weather Service has confirmed there was no tornado, but wind damage from 60 mph winds of a severe thunderstorm.
Your First Alert Forecast features some calmer and cooler changes through midweek. For Monday night, expect variable clouds, a risk for spotty showers and storms, and low temperatures dipping back into the 50s. For Tuesday, expect variable clouds, a stray shower or storm possibility, and high temperatures mainly in the upper 60s and lower 70s. By Wednesday and Thursday, skies are likely to have cleared a dried completely, and temperatures will flex between the even cooler 40s for lows and 60s for highs.
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