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Much like Saturday night, we could see another late-arriving line of thunderstorms again which will spill over into the predawn hours Thursday before exiting quickly and clearing out not only for Thursday, but for the remainder of the week and through the weekend as well.
With a little extra sunshine on Wednesday we should have no problem jumping into the low and mid 70s and that trend will continue through Friday until a cold front knocks temperatures down around 20 degrees dropping the daytime highs into the mid 50s by late weekend.
Heavier periods of rain are a better bet Tuesday with milder air firmly in place a highs will remain in the 60s through Wednesday before we spiral back into the 50s again for the second half of the week.
After several inches of snow accumulated in the mountains last night with bitterly cold wind chills, don’t look now, but a brand new Winter Weather Advisory has just been posted for round two of snowfall heading back into the mountains Friday and Friday night.
After another rainy day on Monday, we dried out on Tuesday but another front arrives Wednesday which may produce yet more showers later in the day, but no washout this time, just scattered light showers.
As we are shaking off the snow from Thursday and now enduring very cold air heading into the weekend, we are already eyeballing warmer and wetter weather heading back our way at the first of next week.
After four confirmed tornadoes ripped across our region Thursday, and torrential rains have led to ongoing river flooding, now we are quickly pivoting to snow in the forecast, some of which could show up near Charlotte again over the weekend.