A cold front is pushing south and will bring the potential for rain and thunderstorms on Sunday. Minor flooding is possible along smaller creeks and streams due to the recent snow melt and very saturated ground. But, our temperatures will continue to fall into the 50s by this afternoon.
Tonight, a 30% chance for showers with lows in the upper 60s to low 70s.
A warm front will lift north through the state Tuesday night into Wednesday, followed by a cold front that will sweep through late Thursday. With the warmth comes more rain though.
Wednesday. Mostly cloudy. Rain possible.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls said Atlanta set a record high of 79 degrees Saturday, breaking the record of 78 degrees set previous year.
Strong storms will move into the area by 11 pm (to the northwest) and 5 am (to the southeast). Mid-upper 50's win out Monday with thermometers in the 60's Tuesday. We will have to monitor the evolution closely, but current guidance is suggesting rain (right now. that could change!).
Update: 2:18PM A TROUGH of low pressure with associated cloud and showers lies to the northeast of the group is expected to gradually move over the group tomorrow. With mostly cloudy skies high temperatures will reach into the mid 60s. This means, we'll see a long period of strong easterly winds. Expect a high of 56 and a low of 40. This system will likely stall out off the coast, and may even linger into Saturday due to a strong blocking high near Greenland.
Have a great rest of the weekend!