The weather in Charlotte is often a blur.
It’s a mix of windy, sunny days, cool nights and frigid temperatures.
Weather forecasts are not based on past weather events, but are based on current and future forecasts.
Here’s a look at the best forecast for Charlotte hourly and the hottest weather on the calendar.
When is Charlotte’s hottest weather?
Monday: It’s the second warmest day in a row, with an average temperature of 34 degrees.
Tuesday: Temperatures are set to reach 30 degrees on Wednesday.
Wednesday: Temperations are set for 30 degrees and it will be sunny.
Thursday: Temperaments are set at 23 degrees and the sky is clear, with temperatures expected to fall.
Friday: Temperamentally, the skies will be cloudy and the temperature will fall.
Saturday: Temperature is set for 20 degrees, but cloudy skies and a cool night will create a nice day for sunny skies on Sunday.
Sunday: Temperaturgy is set at 22 degrees and clouds are clear, making for a nice sunny day.
When does Charlotte’s snowiest weather occur?
Monday-Wednesday: The heaviest snowfall will be from Thursday through Monday.
It will be mostly snowing and scattered snow.
Snow accumulations will start Wednesday and end Friday, according to the National Weather Service.
Thursday-Saturday: Snow will be heaviest from Wednesday through Saturday.
It may be scattered and dry.
Sunday-Tuesday: Snowfall will start on Wednesday and continue through Tuesday, but may not be as dense as in the previous weeks.
It can get heavy with heavy rain.
Tuesday-Thursday: Snow is heaviest on Wednesday with a few scattered snowfalls.
Heavy rain will continue through Thursday.
Friday-Sunday: Snow accumulates and dries from Thursday to Sunday, with a mix, depending on the location.
Tuesday and Wednesday snowfall amounts are typically less than 3 inches.
Wednesday-Saturday snowfall totals will be less than 1 inch.
Sunday snowfall is less than 0.5 inches.
Where is Charlotte ranked?
Charlotte is on the top-ranked list in the top 10 cities in terms of how much rain falls in the city.
The city is fourth on the list, behind Atlanta, Houston and Raleigh-Durham.
It ranks first in terms a percentage of total days with snowfall, which is a measurement of how many days there are with measurable amounts of snow.
Charlotte has the second-lowest average precipitation in the nation with 2.24 inches per day.
That means that less than 6 percent of the city’s total days have snow, and less than 11 percent of those days are snowless.
Charlotte also has the fourth-lowth-highest average annual precipitation, which comes from rainfall from January through April.
Where does Charlotte rank in terms that the amount of precipitation falls per year?
Charlotte ranks first, with 6.73 inches of rain per year.
That is more than four times the amount it received in the same time frame in 2008, according the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration.
The National Weather System forecast shows that the region will get between 1.6 inches and 4.2 inches of precipitation per year in 2020.
Charlotte ranks 10th, at 2.72 inches per year, and has the sixth-lowliest average annual rainfall, at 0.7 inches per month.
Where are Charlotte’s hot weather most frequent?
Charlotte gets the most rain on Tuesdays, followed by Wednesday, Thursday and Friday.
In the second week of April, the city gets between 1 and 3 inches of snow, with between 7 and 10 inches on Sunday, according a forecast by NWS.
Charlotte’s warmest weather is on Mondays, and it’s followed by Tuesdays and Thursdays.
It is the third-warmest on Tuesday, with the second and third-coldest on Thursdays, according.
What are some other cool weather facts?
The weather is mostly sunny during the summer, with lows around 32 degrees.
The temperature in Charlotte tends to fall from 35 to 39 degrees on Mondays.
The weather tends to be cooler in the afternoon, but it can get hot enough for thunderstorms.