by: Keith Monday Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The threat for rain and strong storms has moved out Wednesday morning, replaced by some pleasant weather.
The sky will clear and the temperatures will be cooling down, as highs will fall back to the mid-80s, with very low humidity.
This wonderful weather pattern will continue for a few days and the Queen City could see a record low Wednesday night near 60 degrees (record is 62 degrees back in 2004).
Temps will stay in the mid-to-upper 80s heading into the weekend. A few mountain showers are possible by Friday, but most of the area won't see a rain chance until Sunday afternoon.
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