First Alert Forecast | Just a bit cooler, drier-feeling Sunday
ATLANTA, Ga. (Atlanta News First) - You may have noticed that it feels a bit warmer and more humid today. The best news is that Sunday’s forecast trends ever-so-slightly cooler and drier-feeling. There is even better news for the cool weather lovers in the extended forecast. The strongest ‘cool front’ so far this season may arrive late in the workweek.
Temperatures are cooling at a slower rate than the past few evenings. It’ll remain mild through mid-evening across the core of the metro. It remains dry for any plans.
Temperatures bottom-out in the mid and upper 60s across the immediate metro before 8 a.m. Sunday. Further outlying, low temperatures in the low to mid-60s are more likely. Sunday features lots of sunshine. Temperatures warm into the upper 70s by noon; peaking in the low to mid-80s around Metro Atlanta. Higher elevation communities in far north and northeast Georgia will only top-out in the upper 70s to right around 80°.
The forecast remains dry and mostly sunny into the start of the workweek. Plan on pleasantly cool mornings and seasonably warm afternoons.
Looking ahead to late in the workweek, the next push of cooler air is forecast to approach north Georgia. A front should move through north Georgia Friday or early Saturday. Right now, only hit-or-miss rain is expected along the front. Behind it, cooler air- perhaps the coolest so far this season - should filter into our area. However, there is some uncertainty with just how far south the cooler condition will be felt.
Have a great evening,
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