Sunday saw a major cool-off to fall-like temperatures across north Georgia. Monday will continue to be cooler than average and rain is expected move in.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls said temperatures fell up to 18 degrees in metro Atlanta and north Georgia overnight Sunday. The high in metro Atlanta Sunday was just 77 degrees.
This is how much cooler it is RIGHT NOW compared to this time yesterday, when many spots were rain-cooled. I'm updating how long these September-like temps stick around - ahead at 6! pic.twitter.com/3mvVhvjd3S— Katie Walls (@KatieWallsWSB) August 25, 2019
Monday's high will only reach around 80 degrees. Average temperatures for late August are usually in the upper 80s.
Walls said a cool air wedge will weaken Monday, producing clouds and rain to our west that will gradually increase throughout the day.
Monday - our cool air wedge will weaken, allowing the trough of low pressure, producing clouds and rain, to our west to move in. This will gradually increase rain chances through the day. I'm updating the lightning risk, as well, ahead on the Nightbeat. pic.twitter.com/xxZEyanZXv— Katie Walls (@KatieWallsWSB) August 26, 2019
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