This upcoming weekend, temperatures will be dangerously cold.
The mild air in place will peak today with highs getting into the lower 50s thanks to a stiff southwest breeze. The high will be 65; winds will be southwest 5 to 10 miles per hour.
A cool down and sunshine will move in behind it on Thursday bringing highs back to the 50s.
Mostly clear skies will hang around tonight, with the southwest wind up to 7 miles per hour remaining in place as well. Tuesday night lows remain mild in the low 60s, but Wednesday night lows drop to the upper 40s.
Partly cloudy skies and a southern flow have allowed temperatures to reach the 60s in many locations today! We'll deal with tons of sunshine once again.
Last-minute shoppers may want to get those stocking stuffers before Saturday or plan to bundle up as the high is expected to top out at 6 degrees.
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Heavy rainfall is possible, 70% chance.
A low pressure system will be moving through the Deep South, this will increase the clouds for us.
Your 7-Day Planning Forecast includes Christmas!.so it's a ideal time to look at Wilmington's Christmas temperautre climatology.
"As frigid air plunges into and builds over the central United States, a stormy pattern with snow, ice and rain may unfold from Texas to ME for Christmas holiday travelers", Accuweather reported. Temperatures will be in the upper 20s and lower 30s as you head out the door Monday morning. It now appears that it the main storm system will stay north of us and will not bring us any rain, ice, or snow. Right behind the front on Christmas Day, there is a slight chance for a few rain and snow showers.
Christmas Eve and Christmas Day look windy and cold. By the weekend we will be grabbing for the 50s! That too will be a brief shot of warmth, as much colder air is poised to return to the area around or just after Christmas.