• Rain to clear out Tuesday

    By: Vicki Graf


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - Rain will taper off early Monday night and conditions should dry for most of the evening through midnight. Chief Meteorologist Steve Udelson said temperatures will remain steady and actually rise into the 40s overnight.

    One last batch of rain will arrive late Monday night and early Tuesday. The Charlotte area will be rainy while the higher mountain peaks will see some sleet, snow mix. There will not be any big travel headaches from that system compared to the weekend. The rain will move out around lunchtime.

    By Tuesday afternoon, the clouds will break and once the sun is back, it will stick around through the rest of the week. Temperatures will stay near a little below average in the low 50s.

    The next storm will roll in Friday night into Saturday with some pretty decent rainfall.

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