Charlotte residents can expect a mostly rainy week, but temperatures will be much higher than last week, when snow blanketed the region, according to National Weather Service meteorologist Jeffrey Taylor.
Rain is expected to remain fairly steady through Thursday, with temperatures fluctuating throughout the week.
“It’s going to be wet for most of the workweek and only dry out late Thursday into Friday,” Taylor said. “It’s pretty much all rain on those days.”
The high on Monday is expected to reach 56, with a low overnight of 39, according to NWS data.
On Tuesday, the high will reach 44, with a low of 44 as well. On Wednesday, the high will be 69, with a low of 51. By Thursday, the high will have dropped to 56, with a low of 28.
Taylor said there is no ice forecast for the Charlotte area this week.
By Friday, the high will be 45 with mostly sunny skies. The low will drip to 27 overnight. Saturday is expected to be sunny with a high near 54. The normal high and low for this time of year in Charlotte are 60 degrees and 37 degrees, respectively, Taylor said.