Cobb weekend weather and events: Beware afternoon storms

The temperatures and chances of rain will run hot this weekend. Toasty days will be met with the consistent minor threat of afternoon rains heading through Tuesday, say Channel 2 Action News forecasters. The first morning commute of the week is expected to be dry, but expect storms later Monday.

If the rain does cramp your plans, there’s always the Southern-Fried Gaming Expo. The three-day event will have more than 300 full-sized arcade games in the Cumberland area. Read more here.

(Channel 2 Action News)

Friday: Humidity and temps are on the rise. Expect a high near 90 Friday afternoon. The chance of afternoon storms is only 20 percent.

• If the rain still has you down, try a free showing of “Jumanji” at the Mable House Barnes Amphitheatre.

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Saturday: High temperatures should dip a bit to the high 80s, but rain chances increase to 30 percent.

• Explore the art of bonsai (and patience) for free at Smith-Gilbert Gardens in Kennesaw.

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Sunday: High temperatures should hit the high 80s, rain chances increase to 40 percent.

• Close out the weekend with a blast. Kennesaw Mountain National Battlefield Park will host artillery demonstrations throughout the day.

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Monday: High temperatures in the high 80s, rain chances remain at 40 percent.

Severe Weather Team 2 Meteorologist Katie Walls reports.

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