Storms bringing heavy rain and possible quarter-sized hail are moving into the Charlotte metro region. Here’s what you need to know.
CHARLOTTE, NC — Storms moving into the Piedmont of North Carolina Tuesday evening are expected to develop Tuesday afternoon into the evening and will bring with them heavy rainfall and lightning, according to the National Weather Service.
Some of the storms could spur severe weather with damaging wind gusts and quarter-sized hail, NWS said June 13 in a hazardous weather alert.
NWS’ alert extends through Tuesday, and no hazardous weather is expected later in the week, according to the service. (Sign up for our free daily newsletters and Breaking News Alerts for the Charlotte Patch. iPhone users can download the Patch app in the App Store. Plus, like Charlotte Patch on Facebook.)
Radar image via National Weather Service