Weather forecast for Charlotte on Monday


(DEMNA WEATHER) – We have an active and busy work week with warm temperatures, strong winds, as well as day and evening.

Monday begins in the 60s, continuing to plot warm and above normal conditions that persisted throughout the weekend. The peak this afternoon will reach 80 degrees, dropping about 4 degrees below the record level of 85 degrees.

Most of the day the wind will be strong, mostly south-south at 10 to 20 miles per hour. Gusts of wind can reach 30 miles per hour, if not more.

See to it that the wind warning stays in place until 7pm for most of our mountainous counties and foothills of North Carolina.

The likelihood of rain and thunderstorms increases during peak heating during the day and before the onset of a cold front from the west. Look to see a line of storms late in the afternoon and early in the evening.

As for the time for today’s storms, from 18 to 19 hours the greatest activity will be. Today’s storms can strike in the form of strong and destructive winds.

We have little risk and marginal risk of severe weather from these storms. Be sure to monitor the weather and monitor the radar before the evening trip.

Colder conditions will set in behind today’s cold front, starting in the 60s and even the 50s until the middle of the week. We will remain active also from Tuesday night to Wednesday, when another wet weather is expected over the weekend.

Today: Alternately sunny and warm, with evening thunderstorms. High score 81.

Tonight: Cool and cloudy. Low 54.

Weather forecast for Charlotte on Monday

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