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  • Tuesday's wind and rain

    A smattering of rain fell in the Charlotte region Tuesday morning. The area has only had trace amounts of rain since Oct. 8th when 2.12 inches of rain fell thanks to Hurricane Matthew. Further west in North Carolina firefighters battling drought fueled wildfires should get some help from the passing front the next two days.

A smattering of rain fell in the Charlotte region Tuesday morning. The area has only had trace amounts of rain since Oct. 8th when 2.12 inches of rain fell thanks to Hurricane Matthew. Further west in North Carolina firefighters battling drought fueled wildfires should get some help from the passing front the next two days. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer
A smattering of rain fell in the Charlotte region Tuesday morning. The area has only had trace amounts of rain since Oct. 8th when 2.12 inches of rain fell thanks to Hurricane Matthew. Further west in North Carolina firefighters battling drought fueled wildfires should get some help from the passing front the next two days. John D. Simmons The Charlotte Observer

Light rain returns — finally — to Charlotte area

November 29, 2016 6:48 AM