First Alert Forecast: mainly dry for June’s first weekend
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Your First Alert Forecast carries clouds breaking for a few peeks of sun for the weekend. Expect high temperatures slightly cooler due to a passing cold front overnight in the upper 70s Sunday. Chances for a passing shower or storm should afford generous amounts of dry time: 10% Saturday night and near 0% Sunday. In the lower 70s surf, the risk of rip currents ought to keep a low to moderate profile, generally; a puff of enhanced northeast breezes may locally enhance this risk by Sunday.
On the tropical weather front: neither the Cape Fear Region nor the Carolinas collectively will face any storm threats through this first weekend of the Atlantic Hurricane Season. Over warm eastern Gulf of Mexico waters, Arlene has officially transitioned into a remnant low.
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