Spring-like weather has arrived!
Starting Monday afternoon, more clouds will build into the sky ahead of an approaching cold front. The front will bring some rain, but it will be late enough in the day to still allow above average temperatures. Some spots could warm to as high as the 70 degree mark that afternoon. The rain will arrive later on Monday evening, but we're not expecting anything more than showers and the occasional rumble of thunder. Sever weather concern is quite low, and we'll be too warm to support any snow or frozen precipitation.
Clouds and showers will keep us warm Monday night and into Tuesday morning, with overnight lows forecast to be in the mid to upper 40's. A few sprinkles are not out of the question for early risers, but the clouds and rain should clear quickly and not be a concern for most people's Tuesday morning commute.
Temperatures will take a hit behind the cold front, but it won't be anything as dramatic as the other cold blasts we've seen this year. Highs will be around the 60 degree mark and lows will be at or just above freezing for the rest of the work week.
Rain chances are back up for the weekend, but it's looking like more of a concern for Sunday rather than Saturday. Virtually all of Georgia is experiencing some level of drought, so hopefully this will bring decent rain totals.
Today's Record Temperatures