• Weekend should be sunny with temperatures in 60s

    By: Keith Monday


    CHARLOTTE, N.C. - The cold front and all of its rain are long gone and the clouds are now parting. 
    The area is in store for a nice late February weekend with plenty of sun with some clouds and temperatures both days well into the 60s, according to Severe Weather Center chief meteorologist Steve Udelson.

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    Early next week, there will be a couple of weak systems heading in this direction, but Udelson said he doesn’t see much falling from the sky.
    The strongest is next Wednesday, with a storm passing off to our south. The area may see some light rain from it and especially north of Charlotte. It may end as a few flakes, but for now it doesn't look like a big deal.  If somehow the area ends up much colder, it will be a different story.

    Either way, behind that storm, the area gets back to some late winter chill with highs in the 40s for a couple of days before again warming into the following weekend.

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