“The farther south of the metro you go, the better chance of seeing a thunderstorm for today,” Monahan said.
Monahan said the metro area would not see widespread, heavy rain.
Temperatures were 63 degrees in Griffin, 64 degrees in Atlanta and 64 degrees in Blairsville at 4 p.m.
By Monday morning, partly cloudy skies bring a 30 percent chance of rain and a high of 72 degrees. The morning commute should stay dry, Monahan said.
Temperatures will cool heading into Tuesday’s low of 46 degrees, down ten degrees from Monday’s low of 56 degrees.
Wet weather is expected to return Wednesday, with a 40 percent chance of rain that increases to 80 percent on Thursday.
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