Grab your rain gear if you plan to leave the house today.
Rain is falling in parts of metro Atlanta, and could continue throughout the afternoon.
Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Eboni Deon said early Sunday that storms had weakened across north Georgia overnight.
Updated Severe Storm Outlook: All of north Georgia now out of the the risk area. The threat has shifted south for possible isolated strong to severe storms with damaging wind and some hail. pic.twitter.com/RqbzOVXH0r— Eboni Deon, WSB (@ebonideonWSB) March 10, 2019
Scattered light showers will continue mainly north of Atlanta through early Sunday afternoon.
Highs will reach the upper 60s to low 70s.
“A cold front across our southern counties will trigger an isolated storm late this afternoon and evening, Deon said. “It could produce brief heavy rain and gusty wind.”
Severe storms are not expected in north Georgia.
There was fog across the area Sunday morning.
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There will be mostly cloudy conditions Sunday.
Lows will cool into the 40s and lower 50s.
“Monday starts our dry break as high pressure builds in. We’ll remain warm and dry through Wednesday,” Deon said.
The next chance for rain arrives Thursday. There is a chance for storms Thursday and Friday.
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1. Updated look at the hour-by-hour rain forecast showing showers winding down Sunday evening.
2. Updated hour-by-hour temp map showing a cooler night, but warmer weather again for Monday afternoon.
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