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Posted: 6:11 a.m. Monday, Oct. 29, 2012
CHARLOTTE, N.C. —
As Sandy prepares to make landfall and create devastation in the northeast, Charlotte area weather conditions go downhill as well. The wind will be the big story for the Charlotte-area Monday. Winds will be gusting near 30 mph in the metro but higher gusts to near 60 mph can be expected in the mountains. Heavy snow will also develop in the mountains through Monday night and last through at least late Tuesday. Snow totals will range from 4-8 inches below 4,000 feet to over a foot of snow above 4,000 feet.The Charlotte area will see some light rain Monday afternoon, but as the temperature drops Monday night into the mid-30s, a few flakes could mix in but nothing will accumulate. More rain showers are expected in Charlotte Tuesday.
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