Cold front moving into area, warmer for weekend

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. —

After a rainy day, the clouds have cleared out and there will be a quiet night in Charlotte. Temperatures will be in the mid-30s by Wednesday morning.

A series of moisture-starved fronts will push through by late Wednesday and temperatures will start to cool down. By late in the weekend, temperatures will rebound.

A few rain showers will move in by mid-afternoon for the Metro and there will be snow showers for the mountains.

If enough moisture sticks around as the cold air arrives after dusk, the area may see some wet flakes of snow just north of Charlotte.

The next cold front will move in Friday. There will be some showers, mostly rain, in the Charlotte area. There will be snow in the mountains and foothills. High temperatures will be in the low to mid-40s.

The weekend will be quiet and the first dry weekend of the month. After starting cold, with lows around 20 degrees and highs in the mid-40s, temperatures will be moderate on Sunday.