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Warmer temperatures and sunnier skies expected Monday in Rock Hill

Sunday in Rock Hill was marked by heavy rain. Late in the day the rain ceased, however cooler temperatures persist.
Sunday in Rock Hill was marked by heavy rain. Late in the day the rain ceased, however cooler temperatures persist.

Heavy rain Sunday caused some patches of standing water on roads in York County, but no major accidents or flooding incidents were reported, officials said.

The forecast calls for mostly clear, but cool conditions Monday and Tuesday with some patchy freezing fog before 7 a.m. Monday, according to the National Weather Service based in Greer. Temperatures will rise to a high of 48 degrees Monday and a high near 58 degrees Tuesday.

All flights scheduled to leave Charlotte Douglas International Airport were grounded due to freezing rain around 10:15 a.m. Sunday. Officials with the airport said the ground stop had been lifted by Sunday afternoon.

The National Weather Service had called for up to a tenth of an inch of ice to accumulate during the morning’s freezing rain. The ice was expected to slowly melt through the day.

The high was 42 degrees Sunday afternoon with temperatures expected to drop to a low of 31 degrees Sunday night, according to the National Weather Service.

Check back for updates.

Amanda Harris: 803-329-4082

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