First Alert Forecast | Clouds, spotty rain to begin the workweek
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Only a couple showers managed to bubble up across North Georgia this evening. The chance of rain gets a boost heading into the new workweek.
The last bit of rain is forecast to fizzle by12 a.m. Under a mostly cloudy sky, temperatures are forecast to gradually cool through the 70s and into the upper 60s through the evening.
Temperatures bottom-out in the low to mid-60s across Metro Atlanta Monday morning. There will be more clouds than sun as you head out the door. A couple rain showers are possible through the morning commute. Rain will be relatively light and spotty. There shouldn’t be much of an impact to the morning commute nor any plans through mid-morning. A chance of isolated showers continues across the Metro through the afternoon. A greater chance of rain - scattered wet weather - is in the forecast south and southwest of Atlanta Monday.
More clouds and a lingering chance of isolated, to scattered, showers remains in the forecast Tuesday. Like Monday, the greater chance of wet weather remains south of I-20.
Gradually drier, sunnier weather returns to North Georgia as we usher in the middle of the workweek.
Enjoy the rest of your Sunday,
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