Messy Thursday Morning Commute
Rain coverage and intensity will increase overnight into early Thursday morning
– Rain coverage and intensity will increase overnight into early Thursday morning
– Rain clears by midday Thursday
– Northwest flow snow possible for the higher elevations Friday morning
– Colder stretch of weather begins this weekend and will likely continue until at least Christmas
Locally, rain coverage will be scattered through Wednesday evening before intensity and coverage increase overnight into Thursday morning. Rain will clear from west to east by midday Thursday. We are expecting 1-2 inches of rain with the highest totals north of I-85. Severe weather is not likely for the WCCB Charlotte area. The mountains could see a brief mix of freezing rain early Thursday, but a mixed precipitation is not expected across the Piedmont. Below average temperatures build in this weekend and look to stick around through at least Christmas.
Tonight: Showers with an isolated thunderstorm possible, but nothing severe expected. Patchy fog. Lows near 40.
Thursday: AM rain. Heavy at times. Patchy dense fog through the first half of the day. Rain clears from west to east midday. Highs in the low to mid 50s.
Friday: Mostly sunny. Low 50s.
Weekend: Cooler, but sunny and dry. Highs in the 40s and lows in the 20s and 30s.
Have a wonderful evening!