We will get a little break from the really cold temperatures Tuesday before we have another winter system approaching for Wednesday. Highs on Tuesday will reach the upper 40s to low 50s and we'll enjoy a good bit of sun before the clouds creep in late. While most of the day will remain dry - but cold - for the mountains, snow will likely break out there during the early evening hours.
A First Alert Day has been declared for Friday as a potent front races across the region producing heavy, gusty showers with isolated strong thunderstorms during the late afternoon and evening hours. Although showers are possible at any point, the window for downpours and potential damaging wind appears to be between about 2 and 8 pm. The storms are expected to move in from west to east, so starting in the mountains and pushing through the Piedmont and then exiting the Sandhills last.
Weather around Charlotte will be wet, windy and warm Friday, with a deep freeze just a day away. A potent front races across the region Friday, producing heavy, gusty showers with isolated strong thunderstorms during the late afternoon and evening hours. Although showers are possible at any point, the window for downpours and potential damaging wind appears to be between about 2 and 8 pm.
With snow in the forecast, I was a little surprised to see so much bread & milk on the shelf when I went to my neighborhood grocery store this afternoon, LOL. We're generally forecasting 1-2 inches west of I-77 & 2-4 inches from I-77 on east early Wednesday. https://t.co/kqxUldiJhh
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