CHARLOTTE, N.C. (PINPOINT WEATHER) — We finish off the work week with wet weather across the Carolinas courtesy of a cold front approaching from the west.
We can expect to see the first round of rain arrive late in the morning for areas west of I-77. Heading into the early afternoon, showers will shift east of I-77 before tapering off. A second round of rain and potential storms will arrive later in the day closer to 4 p.m. and 5 p.m.
This second round of rain and storms will have the potential of producing damaging winds to the area so we have a Marginal Risk for Severe Weather in place.
This is a level one out of five when it comes to severe risks.
Large hail was observed Friday afternoon in the Concord area. The video was shared by Ronni Rivera. Watch below:
Be on the lookout for how some of these showers and storms may impact High School Football this evening. Rain will taper off overnight as lows dip into the mid-40s heading into Saturday.
Look for low 70s to settle in this weekend with high pressure taking control. Our fall-like pattern of mild afternoons and chilly overnights will linger through the mid portions of next week.
Today: Cloudy and cool with spotty showers. High: 68.
Tonight: Mostly cloudy and cool with rain tapering off. Low: 46.