8:30pm Radar Check | News
We are still tracking that line of showers that is slowly moving to the south and east. At 8:30pm, the line stretched from Heard and Troup Counties in west Georgia, through Coweta, Fayette, Henry, DeKalb, and Walton counties north and eastward to Lake Hartwell. This line was generally just to the east of the I-85 corridor.
Some of the clusters of showers in that line have some heavy rain in it. We still don't see a lot of thunder and lightning in this rain. We definitely don't have any severe weather with it. This is just a good old fashioned rain line moving through. That line will continue to push to the south and east during the late evening and overnight. To the north of this line, there are still a few isolated showers.
We will begin to see some slightly drier air trying to filter in to north Georgia Monday. We will see our rain chances go down a little. We will have a 30% chance of a shower Monday. We will see a little more sunshine breaking through the clouds Monday, too. The drier air keeps the rain chances out of the picture for the middle and end of the week. Our temps will warm back to the upper 80s for the middle and end of the week.