CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- Snow may be making a brief comeback later in the week in the Charlotte area, according to one forecast.
A few snow showers may break containment of the North Carolina mountains Wednesday morning, according to a short-range model forecast from NBC Charlotte's First Warn Storm Chief Meteorologist Brad Panovich.
"Won't shock me but hard to pinpoint any isolate snow showers," Panovich said.
The brief snow shower may come in and out of parts of Rowan and Cabarrus counties, according to the short-range model forecast.
While snowflake sightings are possible, the chances of seeing two inches or more in the Charlotte area is expected to be slim. Tuesday and Wednesday are expected to bring in bone-chilling temperatures below 30 but is projected to have little to no precipitation with clear skies, according to the National Weather Service.
Those hoping for the return of warm weather and spring-like conditions will have their wish by the end of this week. Temperatures are expected to warm up to the 60s beginning Thursday.