CHARLOTTE, North Carolina (WBTV) – There will be rain showers and isolated storms on Monday with many people staying dry. Scattered rain is expected to increase in cover until the middle of the week and persist late in the week. Warmer temperatures are returning, but humid conditions will continue.
- Isolated rain and thunderstorms for Monday, with highs around 80 degrees.
- Patchy rain Tuesday through Friday, with mid to upper 70s.
- A few rain showers next weekend, with mid-70s on average.
The sky will be mostly cloudy this evening, with some possible rain showers. Low nighttime temperatures will cool down until the mid-1960s for Charlotte and Piedmont, with temperatures above 50 for the mountains.
A first alert was issued from Monday to Friday, with daily risks of scattered rain and a few thunderstorms. Low morning temperatures will be in the mid-60s, with high afternoon temperatures in the upper mid-70s. Make sure you have your umbrella or rain jacket before you go out, but the rain seems to be more intermittent during the day.
There is uncertainty as to how exactly next weekend will develop, but for now temperatures appear to be in the mid-70s, with some possible rain showers.
Hurricane Sam continues to spread through the central Atlantic, having no direct impact on the United States. Hurricane Sam has winds of 100 mph and is expected to decrease in strength this week as it moves through the cooler waters of the North Atlantic Ocean.
Victor has been downgraded to a tropical depression and is expected to dissipate over the central Atlantic in the coming days.
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Have a good week ahead!
Meteorologist Jason Myers
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