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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — The Charlotte area got hit with another round of thunderstorms Tuesday as crews tried to clean up the mess left behind by Monday’s severe weather.
“We have small hail in 2 locations right now Belmont/Mt Holly and along Independence in SE Meck,” First Warn chief meteorologist Brad Panovich said around 5 p.m. Tuesday.
Hail was also reported in Burke County and Asheville. Heavy rain and flooding affected parts of Charlotte.
On Monday, some areas in Charlotte saw more than an inch of rain during the storms. Hail was spotted in York County, and damaging winds led to downed trees in several locations.
The highest threat on Monday was damaging winds which brought down trees and power lines.
Despite the rain, the Charlotte area reached 82 degrees Monday afternoon — the warmest so far this year.