Carolina's blue skies can be seen year-round in Charlotte. With an average annual temperature of 61.5 degrees and an average annual rainfall of 43 inches evenly distributed throughout the year, the climate in Queen City is pleasant and mild. The hot season lasts 3.7 months, from May 26 to September 15, and the average daily high temperature is above 81 °F. The hottest month of the year in Charlotte is July, with an average high of 89 °F and a low of 71 °F.
Charlotte averages 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. Charlotte, North Carolina, receives 43 inches of rainfall, on average, per year. The average for the United States is 38 inches of rainfall per year.
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 numbers here indicate how hot and cold the weather in Charlotte, North Carolina tends to be during each month of the year. Charlotte's annual BestPlaces Comfort Index is 7.5 (10% 3Dbest), which means it's more convenient than most places in North Carolina.