ATLANTA - If you're planning on taking your kids trick-or-treating in metro Atlanta, you may need an umbrella.
According to FOX 5 Storm Team's Joanne Feldman, the latest forecast shows the worst of the storms will be moving through north Georgia during the afternoon hours on Halloween, but leaving behind some lingering showers near and after sunset.
Rain is expected throughout the day Wednesday with a level 1 risk for severe weather in effect through Thursday. Damaging winds will be the main threat, but an isolated tornado cannot be ruled out.
On Halloween Thursday, one final line of storms will pass through the state. Heavy showers and thunderstorms are possible but should be out by the late afternoon hours. Weather conditions will gradually improve as the sun goes down.
Starting Thursday and into the weekend, temperatures will start to drop. Get ready for a taste of winter-like temperatures with lows in the 30s on Saturday and Sunday.