by: John Ahrens Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More Arctic chill is heading to the area and Severe Weather Center 9 is tracking a powerful cold front that will move through on Monday, leaving behind very cold, cloudy and windy weather.
Temperatures Sunday night will not be as chilly as the front approaches and by Monday mid-morning clouds will start to build up over the area.
Temperatures will reach into the mid-50s but conditions will begin to change with much cooler weather.
Tuesday will be cold and cloudy, accompanied by sub-freezing wind chills.
Meanwhile, that front will redevelop along the coast and bring the threat of snow to the eastern part of the state.
The metro area may experience a few flurries, particularly in the counties east of Mecklenburg County.
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