Jan 30, 2024 - News

❄️ 1 staggering stat to go: 731 days

Snow in a Charlotte park.

Photo: Katie Peralta Soloff/Axios

It's been a long time since Charlotte has had any snow.

State of play: Monday marked two years since the last flurries fell from the sky, our news partners at WBTV reported.

Why it matters: Charlotte's snowy winters have been dwindling for decades, per WBTV chief meteorologist Al Conklin.

What they're saying: "When I first arrived in Charlotte in the early '90s, Charlotte averaged about seven inches of snow per season," Conklin says. "That's now down to just over four inches."

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