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WEATHER SUMMARY: The chance for rain is returning to the Cape Fear today as a storm system moves in from the south and passes along our coast. Shower activity will be scattered and light under cloudy skies. Temperatures will only rise into the mid 50s, so it will be a cool start to spring. The chance for showers could linger into tonight, but Thursday is now looking mostly dry. Bright and mild weather is in the forecast for Friday and the weekend.

Today: Overcast skies with showers developing, especially closer to the coast. A north-northeast breeze. Cool highs in the mid 50s.

Tonight: Shower chances could linger, cloudy and cool. Lows in the mid 40s.

Thursday: Mostly dry, there may be a spot shower early or late in the day. Afternoon sun possible. Milder highs, in the mid 60s.

-Meteorologist Justin McKee


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