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- After a gorgeous weekend, clouds will build in across the Charlotte area Monday morning, and rain is on the way
- For most neighborhoods in the region, the wet weather won’t arrive until late Monday afternoon
- Some brief, heavy downpours are possible, and we could also hear some claps of thunder, but severe weather risks are slim-to-none
- A few showers will remain overnight and into early Tuesday morning, but we’ll stay dry thereafter for the rest of the week
- Temperatures will cool back into the 50s briefly on Tuesday and then warm into the 60s and 70s through the weekend
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