WILMINGTON, N.C. (WECT) - Good Tuesday to you and thanks for checking into your First Alert Forecast! Balmy southeast breezes will support widespread clouds, periods of rain, and isolated storms across the Cape Fear Region Tuesday. The risk of severe storms and tornadoes is low but not quite zero. Though rain is “fair game” for any spot, the coverage may be highest west of Wilmington. The National Weather Service has opened a Flash Flood Watch for all Lower Cape Fear counties, so please be alert for localized poor-drainage and lowland flooding in times of heavy rain. Tuesday temperatures ought to reach the lower and middle 80s in the air and hold near 80 degrees in the surf. Two to four-foot breakers to harbor a moderate to high rip current risk and there is a chance for nuisance flooding around high tide.