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Thousands of people woke up without power in Mecklenburg County after widespread heavy rain led to several trees being knocked down across the area.
Hundreds of people woke up Thursday without power after severe weather ripped through the Charlotte area.
Rain showers are expected to lighten Tuesday evening, but will pick back up again on Wednesday as Charlotte prepares for its fourth consecutive day of rain.
Heavy rain, downed trees and power lines hit the Charlotte area Sunday night.
Strong storms are possible after 10 p.m. Friday night.
At 5 a.m. more than 700 people were without power in Mecklenburg County with an estimated restoration time around 7 a.m.
Charlotteans are being urged to stay "weather aware" Thursday night and early Friday morning as severe weather is anticipated.
As snow is expected in the Carolinas, the big question remains... Will it stick?
Officials say that Friday morning thunderstorms that rumbled through the Charlotte area were responsible for a tree that was knocked down in Matthews.
Thousands of people are still without power after severe weather ripped through the Charlotte area Wednesday night.