While the morning drive Monday will be dry, forecasters predict rain for the afternoon rush hour.
“It’s going to be wet as a front makes its way to us this afternoon,” Channel 2 Action News meteorologist Karen Minton said. “(It) brings us some heavier rains by 4 o’clock. By 6 o’clock, scattered showers throughout the area … could make for slow going.”
Expect temperatures to reach the mid-50s through the morning, climbing to the upper 60s before the day ends.
The rain will usher in lower temperatures over the next few days with highs in the mid-50s Wednesday and lows dipping into the 30s, forecasters predict.
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The light rain that moved back into metro Atlanta early Sunday was expected to intensify later in the day, and forecasters said heavy rain could cause minor flooding across north Georgia Sunday night through Tuesday.