First Alert for Thursday, with higher chances for storms
Some will stay dry the whole day while others will get some good downpours!
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Isolated storms are possible for Tuesday, with scattered storms for Wednesday and Thursday, as a cold front approaches and moves across the Carolinas. Cooler temperatures and drier air develops for Friday and the weekend.
- Summertime pattern lasts through mid-week
- First Alert: Next cold front arrives Thursday
- Cooler, drier for the weekend!
It was a hot and humid start to the work week, not far from where we should be this time of year. Temperatures will fall into the low 70s overnight before quickly rebounding back into the low 90s Tuesday afternoon. A few downpours and thunderstorms will once again develop by the afternoon and evening hours. Wednesday will be comparable, but coverage of storms will start to pick up ahead of our next cold front.
First Alert: Thursday will feature a better chance for showers and storms as a cold front moves overhead. Keep this in mind if you have any outdoor plans (including the Panthers Fan Fest)... Stay tuned for timing and coverage updates as we get closer!
High temperatures Thursday and Friday will reach the upper 80s, but could be as low as the mid 80s by this weekend. With lower humidity working in behind a secondary cold front, morning low temperatures could drop as low as the low to mid 60s Saturday and Sunday! Clouds do look to pick up Sunday and Monday out of the northwest and a few showers will be possible.
Tropical Update: A disorganized band of showers and storms has developed off the coast of Africa, in the Eastern Atlantic, and could develop into a tropical depression later this week. Stay updated with the latest WBTV Weather forecast for the potential for increased tropical activity in the coming weeks.
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