Couple of storms developing in north Georgia | News
Most areas are dry this afternoon. All of us are hot. The official high in Atlanta today was 96. These weak fronts that are flirting with us over the next couple of days aren't doing much for us. They aren't giving us much rain or any cooler air.
We do have an isolated shower in northern Hall county and Banks county. It has some lightning with it. It is moving to the southeast. It has some moderate to heavy rain. There is another area of rain just over the Georgia line into Tennessee. Those showers are moving to the southeast. Most of them will diminish as they move into the state.
We have some slightly drier air over us today. Dewpoints fell back into the mid 60s this afternoon. The dewpoints had been holding in the lower 70s and upper 60s for the past few days. That lower dewpoint also gives us a lower relative humidity in the afternoon hours.
We will stay mainly dry and hot on Sunday and Monday. We will have only a 20% chance of a shower both days. The rain chances start going up Tuesday through Friday. We will be back to a 30-40% chance of some showers developing. Highs will hold in the 90s...but trend downward to the lower 90s.