CHARLOTTE, N.C. -- A wind-chill setting is expected to continue in the Carolinas.
After a frigid start to Saturday morning, with temperatures hovering near freezing temperatures for the start of the Novant Health Charlotte Marathon, Sunday morning is expected to be nearly as cold.
A freeze warning was issued for Chesterfield and Lancaster counties until 8 a.m. Sunday.
The entire northeast was below normal this morning. Sunday will be cold again in Charlotte but not quite as cold! pic.twitter.com/Z67hejYXHI— Sarah Fortner (@SarahFortnerWx) November 12, 2017
First Warn Storm Meteorologist Sarah Fortner said wind chill in Charlotte is expected to be around 35 degrees Sunday morning.
7am wind chill temps tomorrow: pic.twitter.com/jfX6qssr2u— Sarah Fortner (@SarahFortnerWx) November 12, 2017
Dani Engle and her niece Emma Walker were bundled up in uptown Charlotte enjoying hot chocolate.
"I think we got our layers covered," Engle told NBC Charlotte. "It's a nice change from the heat that stuck around."
Rahmel Sanders is visiting the city from the Rockford area, about 90 minutes away.
"It's quite cold out here," Sanders said. "It was hot out here a few days ago to now the temperature dropping, it's quite cold."
Fortner said Charlotte area may see rain late Sunday evening. However, the rain isn't expected to be widespread but rather scattered.