ATLANTA — Monday's rain propelled us to 2nd place place for the wettest February on record in Atlanta. Atlanta has picked up more than 10 inches of rain so far this February. The only other February with more rain was 1961 with more than a foot of rain. We still have more days to go in the month with additional rain chances. We will watch to see if we could actually break that record.
The rain will be tapering off during the morning hours Tuesday. We will have many dry hours Tuesday afternoon into the evening. We will even have some breaks in the clouds. It gets warmer. High temperatures will be in the upper 60s.
We will have some quick moving systems that will sweep through the area this week to give us additional rain chances. Only a very slight chance for rain late Wednesday, otherwise partly sunny skies with highs in the low 50s. It is possible to have a few flurries in far north Georgia late Wednesday.
Look for full sunshine Thursday with highs in the 40s. There is another quick moving system that will give us a low rain chance Friday with chilly air.
We are watching some moisture mixing in with cold air early Saturday. That will give us the chance of a few flurries. At this point, it doesn't look like we will have any major issues...just something to watch for the rest of the week. We will keep you posted of any changes.
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