Hot, Dry Days Continue
The Charlotte area gets more rain in an average year than Seattle. The average high temperature in Kansas City this time of year is one degree higher than it is in Charlotte. But if someone has spent the past 3 weeks in the Queen City, neither one of those facts would seem very believable. For an update on the continuing hot and very dry weather, WFAE's Scott Graf called the National Weather Service office in Greenville-Spartanburg and spoke with Meteorologist Brian McAvoy. He started by asking McAvoy why our weather doesn't seem to be changing.