CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A major cool down is coming to the Charlotte area Sunday, just in time for the Panthers game.
A large cold air mass out of Canada will is advancing through the Ohio Valley Friday. The air was cold enough to produce one of the earliest snowfalls on record in the Dakotas.
It won't bring snow to the area, but Sunday is expected to be mostly cloudy with a high of 67 degrees and low of 60 degrees.
Friday and Saturday’s forecasted high is 83 degrees.
Severe Weather Center 9 meteorologist John Ahrens’ said expect a damp, chilly day Sunday. The rain is not expected to be heavy.
Ahrens said to be safe, bring a jacket and rain gear for tailgating and for the game, which starts at 4:15 p.m.
Ahrens said it should be around 67 degrees for first snap and drop slightly to 64 degrees by last snap.
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