by: John Ahrens Updated:
CHARLOTTE, N.C. - A cold rain is heading to Charlotte to wrap up the weekend.
Temperatures are above freezing Saturday and additional cloud cover will keep the thermometer from moving much. It should be just a rain event.
By 6 p.m. a few showers will approach the Savannah/Charleston area. Those showers will move into the area Sunday.
There will be showers on and off throughout Sunday. Some areas will just get a drizzle. Expect gloomy conditions, though temperatures will inch into the 40s.
A much larger arctic blast remains on schedule for Tuesday. There will be more rain Monday and it may change to flurries up north.
Temperatures are expected to plummet early next week with lows in the teens Tuesday and Wednesday morning. It will not get above freezing during the afternoon.
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Rain expected Sunday, temperatures in teens next week
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