CHARLOTTE, NC (WBTV) - Beneficial rainfall developed for Sunday, with many locations picking up 0.25” to 1”+ throughout the day.
Rain will taper off tonight, with patchy dense fog possible for Monday morning. Monday will feature more sunshine and warmer high temperatures around 80 degrees.
Monday night into Tuesday will feature mostly clear skies, with a cool overnight low temperature of 52 degrees.
Tuesday afternoon will feature high temperatures around 75 degrees, with increasing clouds and the chance for scattered, late day rain showers.
Rain chances will increase for Tuesday night into Wednesday morning, as low pressure moves over the region. Wednesday morning low temperatures will start off around 60 degrees, with rain tapering off through the day Wednesday, with high temperatures around 73 degrees.
Rainfall amounts look to average around 0.10” to 0.50”+ from late Tuesday into early Wednesday.
Cooler temperatures and drier weather return for the end of the work week. You will need a jacket for Thursday, with a chilly morning low of 45 degrees, and afternoon high temperatures around 67 degrees.
The mountains will likely see Thursday morning low temperatures in the mid-30s, possibly leading to some of the season’s first frost advisories.
Thursday night into Friday morning will be chilly, with low temperatures around 43 degrees, and Friday afternoon high temperatures around 70 degrees.
Next weekend looks to start off mostly sunny and dry, with Saturday morning low temperatures around 45 degrees, and high temperatures around 72 degrees.
A few rain showers may develop next Sunday, with highs in the lower 70s.
Have a great week ahead!
- Meteorologist Jason Myers