by: Keith Monday Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The WSOC-TV viewing area will not be as cold or stormy as last week. A weak cold front will come through Monday night, causing some wintry mix for the mountains and a few light showers in the Charlotte area.
This activity will be gone by Tuesday morning. Mountain wintry weather Monday night will be light, but the National Weather Service has issued a freezing rain advisory.
Wednesday’s front lacks moisture, as well.
The last front to come through the area will carry precipitation due to moisture in the Gulf.
This could cause showers early and midday Friday. Friday’s front may bring a thunderstorm, but severe weather is unlikely at this point.
The break from cold weather will put us in 60-degree temperatures from Tuesday to the weekend.
Cloudy Monday but Charlotte will warm up as the week continues
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