Near record warmth, morning fog, and scattered rain

- Monday morning begins with area of thick fog with a Dense Fog Advisory in effect through 10am.  Visibility can drop to 1/4 mile or lower in many areas and impact travel.  Be sure to use your low beam headlights and leave plenty of space between you and the car ahead of you.

App users: View full article here

After the fog lifts, our focus will turn to near record high temperatures later today and the risk of rain.  Today's record high for Atlanta is 78 degrees from 1994.  We should approach or tie that number today.  Additionally, a cold front sitting northwest of Georgia will push some scattered showers and thundershowers in from the north during the day.

Another wave of showers and thundershowers will arrive on Tuesday, affecting more of our area.  Overall, Tuesday will be similar to today, but with more areas measuring rain.

Rain totals over the next couple of days will be highest over far north Georgia, with lesser amounts farther south.

Up Next:


  • Popular

  • Recent

Stories you may be interested in - includes advertiser stories