by: Keith Monday Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A cold front pushed through with a little fanfare and skies are clearing out.
The front will leave behind a chill with temperatures in the mid-20s for the next two nights.
Highs Thursday will reach the low 50s and as a cold “Carolina Wedge” sets up. On Friday, temperatures will barely reach the mid- to- upper 40s.
As for the weekend, another weak front will move through Saturday morning.
Rain chances are low, but the area will get some afternoon sun back and Sunday looks to be the better of the two days with sunny skies and highs in the mid-60s.
Long rang forecast into next week has another blast of cold air coming by middle of next week, pushing spring back a little further.
Cold front leaves behind chilly temperatures
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