• Hot week ahead: We could see temperatures in 90s for first time this year

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    Sunday started a trend of summer temperatures with highs in the upper 80s and a few spots could even hit 90. 

    Meteorologist Eboni Deon said our first 90 degree day last year was May 12. 

    We're tracking the near-record highs for this time of year that you can expect in your neighborhood this week, LIVE on Channel 2 Action News.

    Isolated showers are possible for some areas Monday. Deon said there is a 20 to 30 percent chance of rain. 

    The hot and dry weather pattern will last through next weekend. Highs will warm into the lower to mid 90s with lows in the upper 60s and lower 70s.

    Deon looked into the record books and here are the Atlanta records for this week.

    • 5/19: 96°-1938
    • 5/20: 94°, 1941
    • 5/21: 96°, 1941
    • 5/22: 94°, 1941
    • 5/23: 95°, 1941
    • 5/24: 95°, 1996
    • 5/25: 93°, 1960

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