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Posted: 7:20 a.m. Tuesday, Oct. 30, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
As the remnants of Sandy sit just off to the north Tuesday, strong winds will continue to blow across the Carolinas. The strongest winds will be in the mountains, with gusts near 50 mph. Of course this comes along with heavy snowfall at times. Total accumulations will range from 4-8 inches in the lower elevations to over a foot above 4,000 feet. The weather for the Charlotte metro will be a little more calm Tuesday but still quite breezy. Winds will be gusting near 30 mph at times but should calm by Tuesday evening.Much more calm weather will arrive Wednesday with lighter winds and sunshine.
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