by: Vicki Graf Updated:
SUNDAY: It was a mild start Sunday morning, with temperatures around Charlotte in the mid-40s. A few neighborhoods saw some areas of patchy fog, but it was not a big issue.
More sunshine is expected throughout the day Sunday, and temps will be warmer, around 72 degrees, coming close to the record of 76 degrees.
The mountains will have a few more clouds to deal with, and will make it to the mid-50s.
THE WEEK AHEAD: President’s Day will be sunny and warm again, with highs around 73 degrees ( the record is 77 degrees set in 2014).
If you get to enjoy Presidents' Day off, it will be another sunny and warm day tomorrow! Clouds return Tuesday with a slight 'cool' down. pic.twitter.com/olCD7dot7f— WSOCWeather (@WSOCWeather) February 19, 2017
Clouds will begin to increase by the middle of the week, and there could be a few sprinkles around town by Wednesday and Thursday, though we’re looking at a better rain chance on Friday.
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