• FORECAST: Temps to dip overnight; snow anticipated for mountains

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    Forecast highlights:

    • A cold front changes seasons on us overnight into Tuesday
    • Rain gets to the mountains around midnight with a gradual changeover to snow by 3 a.m.
    • Rain will arrive at about 3 a.m. in Charlotte
    • Roads will be wet for Tuesday morning’ commute
    • Rain moves out of the area in the afternoon
    • Temperatures will be around 50 degrees then dips into 40s as the wind picks up
    • By Wednesday morning, we are back to the low 20s, which will challenge the record of 21 degrees
    • Wind chills will be below 0 degrees for the mountains 
    • We warm up from Thursday as coastal storm takes shape
    • There may be a few showers in the area but most of the precipitation will stay east of us

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