More rain hits Uptown Charlotte 1 day after downpours

Hot and humid with a 30 percent chance of storms. Highs in the low 90s.

CHARLOTTE, N.C. - More rains accompanied by lightning rolled southeast through the Uptown area of Charlotte Tuesday night.

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The rain comes one day after heavy downpours left pockets of flooding in North Charlotte and lightning strikes hitting the region.

RELATED: Heavy rain, lightning strike Charlotte area Monday

Both sets of storms did not have high enough winds to trigger severe thunderstorm warnings in any local counties.

However, Mallard Creek Road in northeast Charlotte was shut down Tuesday morning after a portion of the road was washed away by Monday's strong storms.

RELATED: Storms wash away portion of Mallard Creek Road


Stick with WCNC.com for the latest weather updates and reports of damage.

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