ATLANTA, Ga. - A wet week is in store for metro Atlanta and north Georgia, which will see isolated showers through Monday afternoon.
"We have some disturbances coming through over the next few days and that's going to keep the clouds around," said Severe Weather Team 2 meteorologist Karen Minton.
Monday's temperatures will top out at about 57 degrees, but temperatures will start warming up gradually by the afternoon.
"(You'll) get up tomorrow morning to temperatures in the upper 40s, about 10 degrees above average this time of year," said Minton.
Above average temperatures in the mid to upper 60s will continue through Tuesday afternoon.
It appears the rain will stick around for much of the week according to the five-day forecast.
Severe Weather Team 2 will have updates on conditions on Channel 2 Action News starting at 4.
Isolated showers slated for metro Atlanta, north Georgia
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