Your First Alert Forecast for Wednesday evening Feb. 26, 2020
By Gannon Medwick | February 27, 2020 at 4:36 AM EST – Updated February 27 at 5:03 AM
WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) – Hello and thank you for checking into your First Alert Forecast! Please enjoy a bright, brisk, and cool Thursday across the Cape Fear Region with…
– more hours of sun than the previous Monday, Tuesday, and Wednesday combined.
– punchy westerly winds sustained around 10 mph and with possible gusts in the 20s.
– temperatures clawing their way to afternoon highs mainly in the crisp middle 50s.
Your long-range forecast features welcome weekend dryness with one possible exception: an upper-level impulse may wring-out a stray shower or rogue flurry Saturday.
Also, be alert for possible active weather next week as a blustery March storm system will generate a chance for a gusty shower or storm by Wednesday or Thursday.
Catch these details and more in your seven-day forecast for Wilmington right here or a ten-day outlook for any location you choose on your WECT Weather App!
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