CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) – Scattered storm hazards will continue through Monday, and 90-degree temperatures are expected to arrive within the next seven days.
- Sunday and Monday: Scattered thunderstorms expected in the afternoons, evenings.
- Mid-week: drier conditions are coming.
- The days at 90 degrees are not far away!
Temperatures peaked around the 80 degree mark this afternoon as scattered showers and storms hit the region. Although a few showers and rumbles of thunder are still possible this evening, coverage will thin out from here as temperatures drop into the low 60s overnight.
Sunday will start dry, but scattered thunderstorms will develop again in the afternoon and evening. No need to cancel outdoor plans, just stay on top of the weather!
Monday will also start dry before a cold front brings some showers and thunderstorms to the region. Coverage won’t be widespread, and some may not even receive rain, but storms that do form could be on the stronger side. Gusty winds and hail would be the main concern of any intensifying storm.
We will be drying behind the cold front with a slight dip in temperatures mid-week, but this dip in temperature will be short-lived. Our first 90 degree day of the year is possible by Thursday and we could break the low to mid 90s by the start of next weekend.
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Have a good week-end!
– Meteorologist Rachel Coulter
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