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Rain chances to follow sunny weekend

Posted on May 8, 2021

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Albert Thomas Jr.

Albert Thomas Jr.

The Wilson Times area should be able to enjoy a sun-filled, dry weekend before more shower and thunderstorm chances arrive Monday.

A northerly wind will keep Saturday a little cooler than normal with highs around 70 followed by overnight lows in the mid-40s.

A change in the winds to the southwest Sunday is expected to power an afternoon warmup to 80 degrees and an overnight low in the mild mid-60s.

An advancing cold front will likely bring a 60% chance of showers and thunderstorms Monday. That front should clear our area and move into South Carolina well before daybreak Tuesday, allowing skies to begin clearing.

For details, please click on the Weathercast’s audio link.

ABOUT THE WEATHERCAST

Albert Thomas Jr., a Wilson attorney and retired judge, will weigh in on Wilson’s weather conditions each Tuesday and Saturday. Thomas is a forecast aficionado who recalls Wilson community weatherman Joe Overman’s broadcasts on WVOT radio.

Visit WilsonTimes.com each Tuesday for a look at workweek weather highlights and get Wilson County’s weekend forecast each Saturday morning.

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