Charlotte has an average of seven nights a year, with lows in the range of 11 to 20 degrees F and a night of 10° F (-12° C) or lower. The coldest nights usually occur in January, although December and February can also be just as cold. In Charlotte, summers are hot and humid, winters are very cold and humid, and it is partly cloudy all year round. Throughout the year, the temperature typically ranges from 33°F to 89°F and is rarely lower than 21°F or higher than 96°F.
We recognize our responsibility to use data and technology forever. The estimated value in Charlotte is calculated as a weighted average of the individual contributions of each station, these weighted averages being proportional to the inverse of the distance between Charlotte and a given station. The first snowfall in history in Charlotte was on Halloween, on October 31, 1887, when only one trail was recorded, and there was also a trail of snowfall several days in early November, but the first accumulated snow in Charlotte measured 1.7 inches in November.