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Storm chances to rise later this week

Posted on April 5, 2021

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Click the play button to listen to the Weathercast for the week of April 6.

Albert Thomas Jr.

Albert Thomas Jr.

Warm temperatures and plenty of sunshine Tuesday and Wednesday in the Wilson Times area will probably be interrupted by increasing shower and thunderstorm chances late Thursday.

High temperatures Tuesday are forecast to approach 80 degrees by midafternoon, and then break just above 80 on Wednesday.

Overnight lows Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to only drop into the mid-50s.

Thursday will be almost as warm, but with increasing cloudiness. By afternoon, shower and thunderstorm probabilities go to 30%, slowly rising to 60% on Friday.

There is a continuing chance of a shower or thunderstorm throughout the weekend. High temperatures will likely reach the 70s Friday through Sunday.

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


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

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