Clouds thicken, but skies will stay dry in metro Atlanta


Today: Cold morning. Sunny. High: 60

Tonight: Partly cloudy. Low: 32

Tomorrow: Patchy drizzle. High: 60

» For a detailed forecast, visit The Atlanta Journal-Constitution weather page.

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Temperatures are falling in metro Atlanta.

Currently, it’s 50 degrees, according to Channel 2 Action News.

The city started the day Monday at a low of 32 degrees, but Tuesday morning is expected to be warmer, Channel 2 meteorologist Katie Walls said.

Sunshine helped warm things up, and then clouds started to move in, Channel 2 meteorologist Karen Minton said.

But while the clouds continue to thicken, the dry skies will remain through the evening.

“We will stay dry today,” Minton said.

The high Monday reached 60 degrees, which is just below the average high of 62 for this time of year.

That isn’t expected to change until Thanksgiving, when the forecast high drops to the upper 50s, Channel 2 reported.

The next chance of rain is 20 percent Tuesday.

“As we head toward Thanksgiving, it's going to stay mainly dry other than that patchy light rain for (Tuesday) in some spots,” Minton said.

The Channel 2 Action News five-day forecast.

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