Windy with scattered light showers today; More rain expected tomorrow



There will be a chance of light showers this morning, decreasing as the day goes on and trailing off shortly after dark, according to the National Weather Service in Wilmington.

It will be a windy day, with gusts as high as 25 to 35 mph. The winds will continue overnight, although the NWS predicted gusts will pause after dark before beginning again around midnight.

There will be a slight chance of rain again after midnight, which the NWS predicted will dramatically increase before dawn, making showers likely during the morning commute.

Highs will be around 61 degrees today, falling only a little to a low around 52 degrees overnight.

Thursday will be rainy and windy, with showers accompanied by sustained winds up to 18 mph and gusts again between 25 and 35 mph. Highs will be around 61 degrees.

The rain, the wind and the clouds are forecast to drop after dark, although there will still be a slight chance of rain through the night.

Lows will be much colder on Thursday night, at around 34 degrees.

Clouds will increase again gradually after midnight, and rain chances will rise again shortly before dawn on Friday, making rain likely for the morning commute.

The NWS predicted the rain will continue through the day on Friday, and even last through most of the night before chances start to fall just before dawn on Saturday.

Highs on Friday will be around 47 degrees, only falling to a low of around 40 degrees on Friday night.

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