Friday will see another mild start, he said. Morning lows in the 50s are in the forecast, with a projected afternoon high of 72 degrees, according to Channel 2.
Monahan said dry air in place over the state is not going to allow much in the way of rain chances. Next week could be a different story, he said, as Tropical Storm Eta makes its way to South Florida.
“This potentially could bring us some rain by the middle and end of next week,” he said. “That will be our next chance of some showers and storms. Otherwise, we’re looking good over the next few days.”
Without rain, Monahan said sunshine delays will be the only weather impact to travel Thursday. And there are no early crashes to slow down the morning commute, according to the WSB 24-hour Traffic Center.
Most metro Atlanta interstates are moving at the speed limit at 6 a.m., traffic reporter Mark Arum said. While volume is expected to build, there is no early crowding at the start of the commute, he said.
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