Rain, cool air to move out overnight - Sun returns Monday

By: Katie Walls

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ATLANTA - The light rain, mist, and drizzle will start to move out as a cold front will push the rain out through the overnight hours and into Monday morning, Severe Weather Team 2’s Katie Walls said. 

A wedge formed over north Georgia on Sunday, but as the cold front approaches, the wedge will start lifting, leading to clearing skies by daybreak on Monday. 

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By Monday afternoon, the metro will be back in the low-to-mid 60s for highs under a mostly sunny sky, and the same will be true for Tuesday as well. 

A much weaker wedge may knock temperatures back down a little bit, toward about 60 degrees, on Wednesday, before we warm up close to 70 by the end of the week.

Severe Weather Team 2's Karen Minton will have updated hour-by-hour forecast with the timing when the wedge moves out and the potential for path fog Monday morning, on the Channel 2 Action News This Morning starting at 4:30 p.m.

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