Charlotte’s weather has always been a little crazy, but this year it’s feeling exceptionally weird. We saw the first April snowstorm in over 30 years and an “upper ridge anomaly” heat wave that brought the highest temperatures Charlotte has ever seen in the month of May.
Now, Charlotte has officially broken a 116-year standing record for the coldest June 14th in recorded history.
The previous record of 53° F, set back in 1903, was broken this morning when thermometers dipped all the way down to 52° F
Thankfully, temperatures will rise to a beautiful high of 80° today with perfectly sunny skies.
What do you think about all this weird weather we’ve been having lately?