First Alert Forecast | Cool winds, scattered rain into early Sunday morning...
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - Much cooler air, more clouds and a gusty breeze have returned to North Georgia this evening. Scattered rain is expected, mainly east of Atlanta overnight.
Clouds increased from southeast, to northwest, earlier this evening. As clouds moved in, temperatures dropped and winds became gustier. Temperatures are unseasonably cool across the area by late-May standards. It’ll remain cool through Sunday morning. Grab a light jacket if you have outdoor plans. Scattered rain is expected to remain mainly east of Metro Atlanta; closer to the Savannah River and mountains of northeast Georgia. Though, spotty and light rain is possible anywhere along, and east, of I-75 through 4 a.m.
Temperatures bottom-out in the mid and upper 50s inside the Perimeter Sunday morning. A few communities may briefly dip into the upper 40s outside of the city.
There will be more clouds around Sunday and Memorial Day as the low pulls away. Any rain that develops remains light and very isolated both days. Temperatures stay on the cool side by late May standards. Warmer, sunnier weather returns as we head into the workweek.
Have a great evening,
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