North Georgia is catching its breath after another round of severe storms tore through the state on Monday.
The rain and thunderstorms have moved out the metro Atlanta area leaving behind partly cloudy skies.
With the rain-cooled air, the temperatures will dip down into the 70s overnight.
Expect some patchy fog in the morning.
Tuesday will not be as hot as it has been with some chance for rain, but not as intense or widespread as the past few days.
Flights delayed due to Atlanta weather
The FAA says it is re-routing aircraft around the storms heading to the East Coast as much as possible, including Atlanta.
As of 9 p.m., inbound flights were delayed by about 1 hour, departing flights were delayed by about 1:15, and some planes were being held at other airport for up to 2 hours waiting to take off for Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport, according to the FAA.
Power outages across north Georgia
As of 11 p.m., more than 104,000 customers were without power across the state, according to Georgia Power and the Georgia EMCs. The outages were reported mostly in metro Atlanta. That number have been steadily decreasing all night.
That number was down from the height of the storms around 6 p.m. when more than 210,000 customers had their power off.
Ahead of the severe weather threat, schools in DeKalb, Clayton and Gwinnett counties announced all after school extracurricular activities were canceled for Monday.
East Point woman shaken after tree falls on her home
A longtime East Point resident is a bit shaken, but okay after a massive pine tree snapped into two and tore through a second of her home during the storms on Monday.
Neighbor Kris Mayers says he was inside his home next door, in the kitchen, putting away dishes, when he heard heavy rain and something else.
"I heard the tree cracking…and then I heard it fall and hit the house," said neighbor Kris Mayers. "So, I ran over to her, banged on the door a few times, make sure she was all right. She didn’t really say anything because she was all shook up."
Eventually, the woman came out of the door and Mayers was able to help her out.
Mayers, who has a newborn, says his dad instincts kicked into full gear.
A massive tree falls on a home in East Point during the storms on Aug. 7, 2023. (FOX 5)
The woman considers him her savior, but he shakes that moniker off.
"I did what I had to do. I did what any man would do. Knowing that there’s an older lady in this house by herself," Mayers said. "I’m just a person with a heart."
The tree pierced through the roof of the home, but it appears it did not damage the brick of the home.