• As rain moves out, freezing temperatures move into north Georgia

    By: Severe Weather Team 2

    Updated:

    ATLANTA - The rain from earlier in the day has begun to move out, but behind it will be some much cooler air. 

    We’ve been warning you about the dramatic change in temperatures for days on Channel 2 Action News

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    “Going on through the nighttime, we’re looking at a drop in the temperature here,” said Severe Weather Team 2 Chief Meteorologist Glenn Burns

    The clouds will start to move out, and by later Friday night, temperatures will only in the upper 40s throughout the metro. 

    We’re using the world’s most powerful weather technology to pinpoint how low temperatures will go down in your area, on Channel 2 Action News.

    “You may head out this evening, and by 11 p.m. you’re going to need that jacket for sure,” Burns said. 

    Temperatures will fall into freezing territory late tonight. Freeze Watches and Warnings have been issued for areas in metro Atlanta, North Georgia and Tennessee.

    Clouds are going to thicken right back up later Sunday, and by Monday, a strong front moves through with areas of heavy rain.

    The coldest air of the season will follow it next week.


    What you can get only by watching Channel 2 Action News:

    • Updated hour-by-hour cloud and rain forecast
    • The coldest spots in the 20s this weekend
    • The timing of more wet weather next week

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