Home Daily Forecast

Daily Forecast

WEATHER SUMMARY: Lots of rain on the way this week for the Cape Fear as a couple of different systems move through the area. Total rainfall through Thursday will likely range from 2 to 5 inches, adding to our record rainfall for 2018. It’ll be relatively mild to start the week, but colder stuff will take over by Wednesday. The outlook is looking dry and cool for Friday and the weekend.

Tonight: Mostly cloudy skies with heavy rain possible. Lows in the upper 50s inland, 60s closer to the coast.

Tuesday: Overcast, scattered showers are possible. Highs in the low 70s.

Wednesday: Much cooler, storm chance lingers. Highs in the low 50s.

Meteorologist Helen Holt


TROPICAL OUTLOOK: A disturbance east of the Leeward Islands could gain tropical characteristics this week. The next name on the 2018 Atlantic hurricane list is Patty. Go to the WWAY Hurricane Center for more details.

Keep track of the very latest StormTrack 3 forecasts and anytime severe weather threatens the area on Facebook and Twitter, and on-air by streaming us live!

Daily Forecast

Weather Maps

Local Temperatures
Regional Winds
Regional Temps
Feels Like Temps
Local Radar
Carolinas Satellite/Radar
Southeast Satellite/Radar
Beach Forecast

Related News

video

Pender County will not remove debris from unpaved roads

Debris still lines the roads in Pender County. The county decided Monday that they will not be picking up debris on unpaved roads.

Red Cross hopes to close last 2 Florence shelters Friday

Eight weeks to the day since Hurricane Florence made landfall near Wrightsville Beach, the American Red Cross hopes to close its last two emergency shelters Friday.
video

Governor says more than $700 million in hurricane relief to NC

Federal and state dollars are flowing into areas impacted by Hurricane Florence, but many remain without a home. Governor Roy Cooper came to Wilmington today and made a stop at the Disaster Recovery Center at Independence Mall.
video

Shoe drive draws support from along East Coast

It started as a shoe drive to help out some families who lost everythng from Hurricane Florence, but people came all the way from Virginia to pitch in and donate to victims. Wilmington residents organized a donatino drive Saturday afternoon for victims of Florence.
video

Golf club closes indefinitely, neighbors up in arms

A popular New Hanover County golf course is closing indefinitely and residents are up in arms. The Masonboro Golf Club is officially closing.
Cape Fear Ferris Wheel

Cape Fear Fair & Expo opening delayed till Saturday due to bad weather

You'll have to wait one more day for your funnel cake and roller coasters.
video

Hurricane Willa to become Nor’easter, hit East Coast this weekend

As Hurricane Willa moves onshore as a major hurricane today in Mexico, its next move is already planned.
video

Duke Energy sends out estimated bills, says customers can wait to pay

If you are a Duke Energy customer, you could see something different about your bill this month. A Duke Energy spokeswoman says there are around 250,000 customers who could be affected.
video

Wilmington church receives donations after Hurricane Florence, tries to repay favor

Churches from across the Southeast are pitching in to help each other recover after not one, but two devastating hurricanes. A church in Saint Augustine, FL airlifted food to Saint Jude's Metropolitan Community Church in Wilmington after Hurricane Florence left the church's food bank nearly empty.
video

Officials: 35 lives, $3 billion in timber lost to Michael

Trees brought down by Hurricane Michael's ferocious winds took a heavy toll on life, property and the timber industry in the heavily forested Florida Panhandle, where $3 billion in timber was lost, authorities said Friday.

Skyview Camera Network

Sponsored by Neuwirth

Current Conditions

7-Day Outlook

Most Popular

Subscribe to WWAY's Daily News Email