by: Keith Monday Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A few clouds will linger around Charlotte Tuesday morning, but will clear out by the afternoon allowing us to enjoy one last day close to 60 degrees this week.
The bigger blast of cold air will arrive Wednesday as temperatures won’t get above 50 degrees.
The rain chance for Wednesday morning is looking bleak. The metro area may see a few sprinkles (or flurries, north of town) in the morning, but the rest of the day will be dry.
The coldest part of the air mass arrives on Thursday morning, with lows falling into the lower 20s.
Highs will stay near 50 degrees through Friday before we slowly warm up this weekend. The area still may see some light rain on Saturday.
Last day to enjoy mild temps before cold air mass arrives
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