CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - After our frosty cold start, Monday will end up being a little milder than Sunday – by at least a few degrees. Highs will be in the mid 60s, and with less wind and plenty of sunshine to go around.
No warnings or advisories are in place for Monday night, and though it will be cool, it won’t be nearly as cold as Sunday night. Overnight lows will be in the 30s and 40s - but above freezing for all WBTV neighborhoods.
Tuesday will be the warmest day this week, with afternoon readings a little above 70°. But that step-up in temperatures Tuesday won’t be the start of a warming trend.
After that, we will spend Wednesday in the 60s and Thursday in the 50s with plenty of sunshine to go around. Those should be relatively nice days before we start to take another turn heading into Friday and the weekend.
Friday and Saturday look to be wet at times, perhaps even Sunday as well. Exact details are a little sketchy at this early juncture, but it looks as if a low-pressure system – maybe even a couple of them - will crawl by to our south late in the work week and over the weekend. Regardless of how much rain we actually receive, Friday and both days of the weekend will be chilly, as clouds dominate, and so well-below average afternoon readings in the 50s can be expected.
Hope you have a great week!
Meteorologist Al Conklin