ATLANTA — Rain and the coldest air so far this season are moving will move in this weekend, according to Severe Weather Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns.
Temperatures were in the lower 70s on Friday, but don't let that fool you -- cold air is headed our way.
By Saturday morning, clouds will increase, and so does the chance for rain. At this time, severe weather is not in the forecast, just rain.
“By Sunday, cooler and drier air will be surging in, leading to a chilly start to the work week,” Meteorologist Katie Walls said.
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Metro Atlanta’s first frost is forecast to arrive Monday morning.
Glenn Burns is forecasting 67 degrees for Halloween on Tuesday.