First Alert Forecast | Weather trends cooler, a bit wetter Sunday
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - The weekend has begun on a warm and mostly sunny note across North Georgia. The forecast trends a bit cooler and wetter as we go-about our Sunday.
Following a mostly sunny afternoon, the forecast remains dry across Metro Atlanta through your evening plans. A few spotty shower, or two, cannot be ruled-out well south of Atlanta... as well as up in the mountains. In fact, the chance of a few showers increases across far North Georgia after 11 p.m. Temperatures, gradually, cool back into the 70s through the evening inside the Perimeter. It’ll cool off more quickly outside of I-285.
Sunday begins with more clouds, mild morning temperatures and a very spotty chance of rain. Though, most Sunday morning plans will be enjoyed without any wet weather impacts. The chance of scattered showers and storms increases a bit Sunday afternoon and early evening. The chance of rain will be greatest across the mountains and northwest Georgia. A few thunderstorms with frequent lightning and heavy rain are possible.
Remember, “when thunder roars, move indoors.”
The forecast trends a bit warmer again as we head into the middle of next workweek. An weather disturbance, or two, could spark a few workweek showers and thunderstorms.
Have a great evening,
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