The Charlotte region is about to experience one of the warmest Easter weekends in almost 2 decades.
Weather.com is now predicting a high of 83° with mostly sunny skies. According to Weather Underground, the last time it got that warm was during the last millennium – Easter 1999, which was on April 4th (Easter always falls on the first Sunday after the first full moon after the spring equinox).
The average temperature for Easter in Charlotte is 72 for a high and 52 for a low.
Our region saw the coldest Easter on record 10 years ago when it was just 21° the morning low on April 8, 2007.
This year, it should turn out to be an incredible Easter weekend, with similar conditions both Saturday and Sunday – sunny skies and a high of 83°
What are your plans for this weekend?