First Alert Weather Day: Widespread freeze likely Thursday morning
Freeze Warning in place for most of the area early Thursday
CHARLOTTE, N.C. (WBTV) - Temperatures gradually warm from there! We’re back to the 70s by this weekend.
- Thursday: Widespread freeze to start, 50s by the afternoon
- Friday: Freezing start, warmer afternoon
- Weekend: Back to the 70s for highs
Temperatures continue to plummet at this hour! Most locations will wake up to temperatures below freezing as the wind speeds relax and clear skies prevail.
A Freeze Warning will go into effect from midnight-10 am Thursday. Air temperatures could drop as low as 26 degrees tomorrow morning. Here is a look at the warning:
Bundle-up and take your freezing precautions right now if you haven’t done so already.
As the First Alert Weather Day expires around 10am, we’ll be left with sunshine and highs in the upper-50s. This trend, a gradual warm-up, will continue through the week.
Expect sunny skies and highs in the 70s by this weekend! We have a slight chance of an isolated shower by the end of the 7-day forecast but, unfortunately, model guidance is looking less promising. We’ll keep a close eye on that in the next few days!
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Have a good one!
-Meteorologist Lisa Villegas
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